• Jan 23, 2009
Click above to watch three videos of the Bugatti Icecapades after the jump

Adding a supercar to your collection is cool. Getting your supercar out on the streets, in traffic, is even better. Taking your Bugatti Veryon to a snow track and getting it sideways for the cameras... well, that's the bees knees. Someone in Sweden – with a "16-4EB67" plate, no less – has done just that. And we like it. Whoever you are driving this car, we nominate you for cool pants. There are three vids; parts one and three are the appetizer and dessert. About a minute into part two is when the show begins. But enough talking – check them all out after the jump. Hat tip: Mike231s/c

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      • 5 Years Ago
      So if you had a heated, dry track like the one James May took it on, but in sub zero temperatures, the air would even be colder when entering the turbos and could it possibly reach a higher top speed?
        • 5 Years Ago
        not necessarily. Even though the dense air will produce more power, it also produces more drag. It would take some serious calculations to figure out which will win out. It should accelerate faster, however...
      • 5 Years Ago
      New rule. Since there is no stopping videographers from putting soundtracks over the sound of amazing engines, why don't you Autoblog guys at least warn us before we waste our time clicking the jump.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I still wish I could hear it roar, but then again We may not be worthy enough to hear a 1 point-someting million dollar car play as well as see it.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Congratulations to the guy that owns the car and enjoys driving it. Kudos to those that think the engine sounds in the video are better than the music.
      • 5 Years Ago
      world's most expensive ice racer
      • 5 Years Ago
      hey i dont know if any one noticed this or not but there's a set or air sets on the side of this veyron the at aren't there on the production car this vid is form way back when bugatti was testing the veyron and that's a pre production veyron
      • 5 Years Ago
      THIS IS AWESOME..... love that this guy slapped on some snow tires and got a little frost snow on the bumpers.... why not? I'd drive this thing every day.... need milk? I'll go to the store for sure..... faster than it would take to get my 5 point harness on.

      God bless you, you Viking. Keep logging the miles on that beast.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Couldn't agree more. That beat sucked, I'd rather hear the violent wail of quad turbos.

      Otherwise, that looks like a lot of fun!
      • 5 Years Ago
      I actually wonder how much power the driver used at max to make that car dance like that, without ending up on failblog or something.

      Anyways, epic video (again, I'd like the exhaust sound, but I'm not complaining, that sideways shot is just too beautiful)
      • 5 Years Ago
      Glad you guys liked my videos
        • 5 Years Ago
        We would like them a lot more if we could hear the car and not the crappy beat.
      ninteen66mustang
      • 5 Years Ago
      Whats with the scoop behind the front fenders? I havent seen that on the Veyron before.
        • 5 Years Ago
        @ninteen66mustang
        This is a test car from early pre-production. The front fenders never made it onto production cars. You can also find the original videos on YOUTUBE with no music.
        • 5 Years Ago
        @ninteen66mustang
        The car in the video looks like the Pur Sang edition of the Veyron but with the colour scheme reversed.

        http://www.zcars.com.au/images/bugatti-veyron-pur-sang22.jpg

        Which makes you wonder: If they already have the carbon body and apparently carbon fenders some where, will they make lightweight, completely carbon fibre version of the Veyron?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Cool pants.
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