While the Bugatti Vision GT may be a concept, it is a fully functional car that can actually be driven. Proving the driving impetus is an 8-litre, quad-turbocharged, W16 engine. The massive engine produces around 1,500bhp, which is perfect for the insane speeds that the Vision GT is said to achieve.
However, all that power from the massive engine does ensure on thing — you'll be making regular trips to the fuel pump. This was something that came to haunt Bugatti's team at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Buggati officials were forced to refuel the car on the grassy greens of the 18th hole of the Pebble Beach golf course after it ran out of gas.
To make matters worse, the Vision GT then refused to go up the ramp into the transport truck as the slight incline proved to be a bit too much for the concept supercar which is now owned by a Saudi Prince.