Its massive price tag and limited availability keeps the Bugatti Veyron out of the reach of most. But what if you really wanted to own one yet didn’t want to break the bank? Enter the Bugatti Veyron replica, which costs $40,000 (inclusive of the donor car). This particular vehicle belongs to a rich businessman in New Delhi, India. He uses it as a support car for his Lamborghini Gallardo. The roof can be folded too, which makes it the Grand Sport.
So what car is underneath? It is the Honda City (an Asia specific model), which sits right between the Jazz and Civic. The vehicle uses a 1.5-litre gasoline engine to produce 100 BHP of power and is mated to an automatic gearbox. It really won’t burn the tarmac, but does end up drawing loads of attention for the owner. The modification job seems to be carried out very well, but many things give away the fake Veyron. For starters, the Veyron has never been available in right hand drive guise. The wipers on the above vehicle seem to be completely out of alignment too. What other things can you spot without raising the hood?
Faisal Ali Khan is the owner/operator of MotorBeam.com, a website covering the auto industry of India.