- A picture of a black Bugatti Veyron driving somewhere in the Johannesburg area has been shared on Twitter by a car fanatics page
- According to the post, the incredibly expensive luxury car is worth about a whopping $2 million, or R30 million
- Many car fans quickly headed to the comment section to drool over the beautiful beast as they discussed its various features
It isn't every day you see someone driving an R30 million car in Johannesburg streets but one car fanatic did - and he or she managed to get the beautiful beast on camera. In a post that was uploaded by @Motor_Magnet, the caption explains that the Bugatti Veyron was spotted in Rivonia Johannesburg.
"Your eyes are not deceiving you! After many years of rumours, the elusive black Bugatti Veyron has finally shown itself on public roads! Pushpin Johannesburg.
"It is a 1/12 Sang Noir edition worth about $2 million, and seems to be the one which flew into Zambia last year," the car fanatics page captioned the picture of the expensive Bugatti.
The post quickly gained traction from other car lovers who also headed to the comment section to marvel over the pricey beast of a car. Read a few of their comments below:
"So fast it makes the video look fake."
"I bet the owner spends anything more than R30k a month on the insurance alone."
"Lmao you guys should see the whips they push in Ballito, folks got insane money over there."
"After 15 years this thing is still a show stopper. Beast."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a clip of a McLaren 720S totalled into a Cape Town pole has been shared onto YouTube by a Cape Town media group, Multi-Media Live. In the clip, the beautiful and expensive car can be seen wrapped around a light pole, severely damaged by the impact of the accident.
In the background, one can hear the person recording mocking the driver for having totalled the expensive vehicle. The driver, who has no visible injuries following the crash, seems very upset with the mouthy bystander.
Soon the two start exchanging words as the driver tells the bystander that he could never even buy an expensive car like the beautiful McLaren. The bystander, who does not see the need to back down, responds by saying that the driver couldn't even drive the car properly.
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