SA School Kids Rock Up to Matric Dance in a Bugatti Veyron and McLaren 570S and Mzansi Is in Disbelief

SA School Kids Rock Up to Matric Dance in a Bugatti Veyron and McLaren 570S and Mzansi Is in Disbelief

  • A matric ball at St Dustan's College in Benoni drew some amazing cars, including a Bugatti Veyron and a McLaren
  • Social media went into a frenzy as photographs emerged of the supercars parked in the matric ball's parking lot
  • The school describes itself as a leading independent Anglican School under the auspices of the Highveld Diocese, and the annual fees are R41 600

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A private school in Benoni saw some of its learners flex at the 2022 Matric Ball, arriving in supercars such as a Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Huracan and McLaren 570 S.

The school fees per year are over R40 000 per learner and it seems the parents have the money to dish out on mega-powerful lux rides for their kids to arrive at the dance that took place on Wednesday 13 April.

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Bugatti, McLaren and a Lambo this SA Matric Ball parking lot is a big flex, Mzansi can't deal with ama 2000s
The Bugatti Veyron and McLaren 570 S were both spotted at a Benoni school's matric dance. Image: NetCarshow
Source: UGC

Interestingly, the rarest car of the lot, the Veyron, sports Zimbabwean numberplates, Zero2Turbo reported.

The Veyron was one of the world's fastest production cars when it was released in 2005 and has a top speed of 407km/h and was named car of the decade (2000 - 2009) by Top Gear.

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The Veyron uses an 8,0-litre W16 engine with four turbochargers to produce 736kW, according to the company's site. The McLaren 570S cost R3 150 000 when it arrived locally in 2016, CarMag reports. It is powered by a 3,8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine with 420kW.

The multimillion-rand supercars caught a lot of attention from parents and kids alike and pics of them were shared across social media, with Social Media Based Motoring Publication Motor Magnet posting another image.

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This is what social media had to say:

@Daminanos says:

"The fact that its Benoni says a lot."

@ImraanFakier says:

"Obviously this pic is from Joburg."

@Hermano_7 says:

"Kids of today are doing it different."

@Ms_Kellz says:

"What did they say about people in the East? Bedfordview side?"

One-of-a-kind Ford GT has finally been unveiled in Mzansi and boy it looks good

When the latest-generation Ford GT was revealed in 2015, it instantly became the fastest and most sophisticated Ford yet created, serving as a testbed for new technologies and ideas for future vehicles across the Ford line-up, Briefly News reports.

Despite its exclusive production run, this jewel in Ford’s performance crown has arrived in South Africa and completes one of the rarest GT collections in the world!

Avid car collector and owner of Lazarus Ford in Centurion, Colin Lazarus, already has an array of iconic Fords, such as a 1971 Mustang Mach 1 and 2001 F150 SVT Lightning.

Source: Briefly News

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