Who said Nigerians aren’t living large enough to ship a luxury supercar into the country? Erase your doubts now because the Bugatti Veyron supercar worth N1 billion has been sighted in Nigeria.
N1 billion Bugatti Veyron spotted in Abuja
Are you stunned? You should be!
Especially for a car that can bump out 1000 hp and run 400km under one hour. Definitely! A car that can sprint from 0-100 km/h in 2.2 seconds. All thanks to its 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine and 1838 kg weight.
Don't forget that it's the same supercar which American comedian, Tracy Morgan bought recently, and it was hit under an hour of purchasing it.
Named after a racing driver called Pierre Veyron, the supercar is manufactured by French automakers, Bugatti. The luxury sports car is adjudged to be one of the fastest cars in the world.
The Bugatti Veyron is one of the fastest cars in the world, now in Nigeria
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The Bugatti Veyron is known to be a high-performance car with an engine that was assembled by hands. And of course, it took it's craftsmen a week to get the engine all fixed up.
Nigerian reactions to the luxury Bugatti Veyron first time sighted in Nigeria
Naijauto isn't surprised it got this kind of reaction from the guys who saw the car as it was being taken down from the truck that brought it. A video clip of the Bugatti Veyron showed them flocking around the stunning supercar. Check it out below!
Watch the Bugatti Veyron as it was sighted in an unidentified location in Nigeria
Some people believe it's the first time the Bugatti Veyron is stepping into the shores of Nigeria while some are of the view that they've seen it before, on the streets of Abuja.
The netizens also express their opinions around the car as well. As predicted, some immediately blame the car owner for not helping the poor, some accuse him/her of corruption while others help to defend for the Bugatti buyer.
Whichever, the Bugatti Veyron is a luxury supercar worth acquiring if you can afford with your own money.
Common types of argument we see in Nigerian online forums