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Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Goes Donuts With Ease (VIDEO)

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It’s dubbed to be the world’s most expensive donut machine, and in a bit you’ll find out why.

The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse does not just have a grand name, but also a pretty darn powerful engine that produces 1,200 horsepower and 1,106 lb-ft of torque, and it’s said to be the car to outsprint pretty much “anything on four wheels”. Bold statement it is, but upon watching the video, you definitely wouldn’t be thinking otherwise.

That’s the beast of a machine that is seemingly doing donut spins effortlessly, and you can definitely see the passenger having the time of his life. More often than not, all-wheel drive systems make hooning rather impossible, but with Veyron’s massively powerful torque figures, there’s no reason it can’t do something like that.

The Veyron you’ve just seen on the video above is actually owned by the crew at DutchBugs and is also an ultra-rare World Record Car edition, so there’s no surprise that it can perform the way we’d expect it to be performing. And with a healthy dose of right foot, the Veyron could definitely spin up all four tires with absolute ease; overshadowing donuts performed on some rear-wheel drive sports cars.

Would you, given a chance of a lifetime, enjoy the entire donut ride in the Veyron Vitesse even if it lasted for only 10 seconds?