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The motoring world was left in a flat spin when the original Bugatti Veyron was unveiled way back in 2005.
The French-built mid-engined hypercar shattered expectations, defying physics and refining the term “fast”.
Here was an otherworldly-looking thing, packing an 8.0-litre W16 engine (with as many as four turbochargers) worth around 736kW and 1250Nm. Top speed was pegged at a mighty 407km/h, with all of that oomph transferred to the pitiful tarmac via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and permanent all-wheel drive.
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