Any motor that costs £10 million and goes like runny **** off a teflon-coated shovel can only ever be "sub-zero".
Not necessarily a bad thing though is it? I know quite a few girls that would be interested......why didnt i marry one of those?It's cool, but far too geeky to be sub zero. The sort of bloke who'd own one would spend an entire meal telling his new date about the specs and stats of the car.
Actually, I'd argue that the Veyron is the biggest w***er's car of them all. It's utterly pointless, unless you're using it as a hugely expensive boasting tool.No.. that's the Jap fans who bought a Nissan Skyline, or Porsche/BMW owners - who need to try hard to convince everyone else that they bought the car for a logical reason, not just because of the badge (though it's an expensive badge.. just to say "I am a w***er" )
The Veyron has tooo much of everything to be "braggable". It's like saying 1,000,000 peopel died in an earthquake.. it's just too big a number to understand and so becomes a statsitic.
Put the dinner date in the passenger seat and then *breathe* on the gas pedal.... Yoooooooooooiiinnnnks! Warp factor 9 Mr Scott..!!
Yes & no. The concept is completely irrational and against any notion of good packaging/design. Incidentally that's why I reckon it's cool - they could have done the same thing a lot easier but they just said "no, shutup, we are making this ridiculous car with 1000hp, I don't want to hear why it can't be done, just do it".I think I know why. It's not flawed. It's too perfect for it's own good. Almost aseptic.
Created with the mind, not with the heart.
But, it's definetly cool.
On what basis?tremolo said:But the execution is cold, flawless, German, military grade precision.
Tremolo said:But the execution is cold, flawless, German, military grade precision.