Watch This Awesome Hypercar Crew Tear Up The Autobahn

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A Veyron, 918 Spyder and 3 Koenigseggs!

Germany’s Autobahn is famous for its long stretches of road that have absolutely no mandated speed limit. It’s because of this lack of speed restrictions that the Autobahn has become a high- speed playground for some of the most coveted hypercars in the world. This past week, a crew of hypercars consisting of a Bugatti Veyron Pur Sang, Porsche 918 Spyder and three Koenigseggs (Agera R, Agera R Speed Racer and CC8S) took to the German motorway for some serious play time.

This video gives an awesome first-hand perspective of what it’s like to tear up the Autobahn’s tunnels and tarmac in a spectacular tandem of high-end performance vehicles. Moreover, the Agera R Speed Racer featured here also happens to be piloted by none other than auto spotter Shmee150. Check it out.

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