Car Crash: Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Crash 1

Today we bring you news of a another wrecked Bugatti Veyron, this time its a Grand Sport thats been crashed in St. Tropez, France.

The owner apparently crashed his Grand Sport into the gates of his Villa on the Cote d’Azur, managing to mangle the front of it pretty badly with what looks like suspension damage on top of the already visible body work damage. The Veyron in question is Number 001/150 and was registered in Switzerland.

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Crash

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Published: March 24, 2011 2:04 am

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  1. Rick says:

    well said christopher, everyone makes mistakes. This is just a darker form of envy.

  2. Why is there always people who say that if you crash a million dollar car or some sort of exotic you don’t deserve to own it lol if you can afford it you can do as you please I’m sure no one throws a bitch fit every time you drop your cellphone? and thats what this is a rich guy who just dropped his iPhone4 or Vertu Cell and he’s just gonna replace it and keep it moving while your still shock over something that has nothing to do with you.

  3. kolossus says:

    What is that gonna cost to fix?

  4. Luke says:

    The driving skills do not improve with the wallet size. Bugatti should make a rule. If you had a Veyron and you crash it you simply won’t get a new one like the guy from the lake-crash.

  5. kris_vd says:

    I wanted to say missed :S

  6. kris_vd says:

    I think he mist the gate by 15cm LOL

  7. Gadget says:

    Hard braking the AERO-BRAKE (wing) is deployed… I doubt it’s just a gate, or he was arriving in front of that one really fast :-)

  8. Turboman says:

    It must a pretty hard crash because the airbags deployed!
    My guess is a crash with over 30km/h!

  9. Shawn says:

    that is murder! how could he do this?

  10. kris_vd says:

    The whole front subframe is gone.

  11. Jeff C says:

    That is one strong gate! Now the Lake’s car comes in handy for spare parts.