The car to spend your bonus on?

At a price tag of one million euros, Bugatti Veyron is the world''s fastest car.

So picture this. A long, long stretch of dual carriageway, two cars simmering beside each other at one end of it a McLaren F1 plus a weird, insect-like machine with four huge tyres, an absurd number of scoops and winglets along the flanks and across the roof, plus a distinctive white-and-red badge on the nose that reads 'Bugatti.'

On the tail are written the letters E and B. On top of the engine, which has no cover and is exposed directly to the air for cooling purposes, are the numbers 16 and four 16 cylinders, four turbochargers. Which, in case you were wondering, equates to 987bhp and 922lb ft.

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