Bugatti Veyron, $1.5 million Car – Crash Tested

by Alex

Bugatti performed a series of crash tests, over the time period of three years (between 2002 and 2005), with several prototypes of their Veyron hypercar. The aim of these tests was to make sure that the Veyron was consistent with respect to safety standards.

If we take a look through the listings of NHTSA and IIHS crash tested vehicles we can esily see that low volume, hyper-expensive supercars are rare listed. Even son, that doesn’t mean such cars aren’t safe, however, as they’re often put through their paces by the manufacturers themselves to ensure they offer at least some degree of crash safety.

Below, in photo gallery you can see pictured car, costing around $1.5 million, being crash tested by engineers in Germany. We’re talking about a Bugatti Veyron and this testing was during its development phase back in the earlier part of the last decade.

The company has never officially revealed any images of the Veyron being crashed tested. Still, this set of the supercar completing a frontal impact crash test recently surfaced online and you have the chance to see them here.

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