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Bugatti Veyron boot space, practicality and safety

2006 onwards (change model)
Practicality rating: 1.5 out of 51.5

Written by David Ross Published: 6 June 2019 Updated: 6 June 2019

The Veyron might be a ludicrously fast supercar but it’s built to the Volkswagen group standards for safety and durability. There are driver and passenger airbags, electronic stability control, traction control (both driveline and brake operated), a low tyre pressure warning system and a carbon-ceramic brake system that’s supplemented by an airbrake.

There’s even ABS on the parking brake, meaning if should the standard brakes fail the Veyron can be still be stopped effectively. Add a body that’s built from exotic materials picked for strength and lightness and the Veyron should protect you well in an accident.

Nobody buys a Veyron with practicality in mind. Which is just as well. There’s very little luggage space offered, the Veyron’s engine and the countless cooling radiators which are required to stop the engine from going into meltdown meaning you might manage a sports bag if you’re lucky. However, if you’ve dropped the sort of money required to buy a Veyron you can afford to send your luggage ahead, buy a new wardrobe when you arrive or have a chase helicopter carrying your cases/golf clubs.

Parking it shouldn’t be an issue either; after all, the valet at the hotel or your staff can deal with that.

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