Get Behind The Wheel Of A Bugatti Veyron For $25,000

Written by tonks on June 10, 2009

Bugatti VeyronWhen it comes to any type of supercar you can be sure of a few things. They are always going to have the power that enables them to reach high speeds, the interior is always going to be made with the best leather you will ever see or feel, and the price tag is way out of our reach. Obviously there are some positives and negatives about them that does not give us the option to own one of our own.

Many of us dream of the day when these high powered vehicles would drop down in price – but we never believe that it might happen. That is until now! The Bugatti Veyron is one of the fastest and most lucrative supercar in the industry and right now people are given the choice to ride one for just $25,000. The only downside to this is that you will only be able to have the car for a single day.

We warned you it was a lucrative car! It seems that Holders Vehicle Contracts has a Veyron that they have been trying to rent out to someone who wishes to experience the thrill of driving around in it – even if only for one day. Vehicles Contracts is located in England and deals with dozens of vehicles. Not only will you have to spend a large amount of money – but you will also have to deal with signing a complicated company.

Posted Under: Bugatti,Supercars

Reader Comments

$25,000 for a ride in a veyron? That’s a bit steep but I think it’d be totally worth it. This is my ultimate dream car.

Written By Car Dealer Finder on July 27th, 2009 @ 5:04 pm

I wonder how often this car is rented. The price is very steep, even for the wealthy … lol

Written By Puneet on August 14th, 2009 @ 1:53 am

Give me any muscle car and $25,000 and I will build you a supercar to compete with the best, and you can keep it as long as you want.

Written By Jon Hantsbarger on September 2nd, 2009 @ 12:23 pm

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