Doesn't that illustrate my point? The engine wastes so much energy in the form of heat that it needs that rediculous amount of cooling capacity to avoid destroying itself.GSRCRXsi said:those air ducts draw air into the engine's 13 radiators, yes it has 13 radiators.
Here's something... 1695 HP and a top speed of nearly 440 Mph. The machine guns are nice too.GSRCRXsi said:i dont think anything that runs on gasoline will ever be made that rivals this car.
hell the car is even a bargain. it costs bugatti $5M to build the car and they are selling it for $2M. hell of a deal if you ask me.this car is WAY faste then any F1 car, and it has WAY more power then any F1 car, and unlike an F1 car, which is designed to last a race or 2, this one has to last 10-20 years
im not talking about fuel economy. im talking about the need to consume. why would someone, even a RICH someone, feel they would NEED to consume that much more fuel than the average peasant on the street? just because? that makes me sick. sorry if i am the only one that feels this way but it just seems like a ridiculous waste, all to show every how huge your bank account is.GSRCRXsi said:if your worried about fuel economy buy an electic car. if you can afford a 2 million dollar car, you can afford the gas.
Right... It's about the advertising. By creating a car of such excess, it tosses the company into the spotlight for however brief a time. The automotive media coos and drools over it, turning the magazines and TV shows into better advertisements than money alone can buy. The absurdly high price tag means they don't have to make very many of them, potentially losing alot of money in the process. The net loss on developing and constructing the car is covered by the advertising gains.GSRCRXsi said:they are already LOSING over 2 mil per car just by making it, and that proves the point that its not about the money.