Bugatti veyron Vs BMW S 1000 RR

Four-wheeled machines are as fun as motorcycles. The two-wheeled bike folks laugh at this, then scream off into the twisties at 9,000 rpm. Inside Line decided it would be fun to test two powerful examples, one car and one motorcycle. In one corner is a 2010 Bugatti Veyron while in the other sits a 2010 BMW S 1000 RR.

Bugatti Veyron obviously has the power advantage with its quad-turbo 8.0-liter W16 engine that produces 1,001 horsepower. The 190-horsepower BMW has a huge weight advantage and the agile bike can get around any Citroën-shaped obstacles that it might come across.

The staff at Inside Line give the nod to the bike, for a number of valid reasons. It makes more sense in a day-to-day atmosphere, can slip through traffic, and when the luggage rack is applied it has more cargo capacity. The S 1000 RR also gains an edge when comparing maintenance costs. Changing a tire on a bike isn't too much of a hit to the wallet, but to change the full set of rubber on the Bugatti costs $90,000. Furthermore, there are only two machines in the world capable of handling that job -- one in France and another here in the US.

Regardless of the outcome, the pair both represent unique forms of engineering excellence and the real winner of the shootout is Inside Line. Getting to spend time with either vehicle is a treat, but getting to do it on a scenic French road is a dream.

Source: Inside line
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