OK VW… is it this hard to build a million dollar car? Welding four 4-cylinder engines together and making sure all four turbochargers are working doesn't seem it should take too much time. And it's not like you have to worry about skirting some costs to save the consumers money; an extra thousand dollars on a $1 million car makes the car still cost $1 million. In all seriousness, the Bugatti Veyron should be ready by the fall because we know you've been calling your local corner Bugatti dealer everyday asking, "Is it here yet?"
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