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Bugatti Veyron gets pushed by boys after breakdown

Bugatti Veyron Breakdown
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The driver of a Bugatti Veyron had to ask 5 local boys in the vicinity to push his car after it broke down and came to a grinding halt at Knightbridge area.

A car being pushed through the streets of London would not have garnered much attention. However when it was a Bugatti Veyron, owned by an Arab playboy, it certainly got the attention it deserved. The luxurious car was snapped while being pushed by kids, while the driver, a rich Arab playboy was seen struggling at the wheel to get it in motion.

This was not the only attention that the cream and maroon coloured Bugatti Veyron received. The car was also in the news a few days earlier, when it was spotted receiving a parking ticket by a warden for resting on double yellow lines.

Bugatti Veyron Breakdown

The same Bugatti Veyron was in the news last week when it was ticketed for parking on double yellow line. Image –

The Bugatti Veyron can reach top speed of 407 kmph while the Super Sport variant, which has received mention in the Guinness World Records as the fastest street-legal production car in the world, can reach top speed of 431 kmph.

London has seen a surge in the number of expensive cars recently as many Middle Eastern owners, escaping the summer heat in their country, head to London. They not only pay expensive import duty, but also keep the same number plate. It is specially in areas of Central London that these superfast cars take over the streets.

It is this influx that is causing Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster councils to sit up and take note of the nuisance it causes to locals while they plan ways of tackling the situation. Many such models have received parking fines for blatantly flouting rules and regulations. Parking fines handed out to these cars have more than doubled in the past three years with fines worth £57,060 totted up in the last year from £31,780 in 2011-12.


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Pearl Daniels

Pearl Daniels

Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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