If you have a lot of excess cash and a serious need for speed, you may be in the market for a supercar like the 2011 Veyron 16.4 Super Sport. This Bugatti, renowned for once eclipsing the world record for fastest production vehicle, is electronically limited to a top speed of 257.8 miles per hour (415 km/h) to protect its ultra-soft tires. Without the built-in limitation, you could achieve an eye-popping 267 mph (430 km/h).
At those speeds, says a reviewer at TopSpeed, "this monster would rip through its $42,000 (USD) Michelin tires in just 15 minutes." But you'd also have to replace the wheels, and that would cost you about $69,000 (USD), so better to ease off the accelerator a bit.
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