We found this procedure very interesting. If you have the million bucks to buy one of the limited run of 1,001 horsepower Bugatti Veyron you have a whole procedure to set up your supercar for the super-run. Bugatti will give all Veyron owners a special lightweight aluminum key. This key fits in a slot located at the left of the driver's seat, down by the sill. Once engaged, the car then goes into "Top Speed" mode (why does KITT's Super Pursuit Mode come to mind), which first performs some safety checks. Then the chassis drops to 2.5 inches from the ground in the front and 2.75 inches at the rear. All diffuser flaps close, the rear spoiler goes to an angle to keep down wind resistance and all limiters are disabled. Just don't hit the brakes because it puts the car back to regular mode. Now all you have to do is wait for Devin in the semi.
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