Porsche Taycan Turbo S equals Bugatti Veyron, beats 911 Turbo S in performance test
Porsche's first electric car, the Taycan, is yet to arrive in Australia, but it's already promising to be one of the fastest cars on the market if new performance stats are anything to go by.
In a recent performance test, American automotive magazine Car and Driver found the flagship 2020 Taycan Turbo S was the third quickest car it had ever tested, placing it in the same league as some of the world's top-performing supercars.
Desperate for a Bugatti Veyron, but lacking the budget to afford an entire car? Fear not, because one owner is (rather charitably) selling their tan interior for the low, low price of US$150,000 ($207,500).
According to the seller, all the components were removed from the car before the owner took delivery, after he requested the interior be changed to black.
The man responsible for the polarising design of the now legendary Bugatti Veyron, Jozef Kaban, will now head up design for the BMW brand.
Reporting to BMW Group design chief Adrian van Hooydonk, the 44-year-old Slovakian designer will take the lead on styling all models that form part of the core BMW range, but not Mini or Rolls-Royce.
Final Bugatti Veyron has been sold, will be displayed in Geneva
The 450th and final Bugatti Veyron, dubbed La Finale, has been sold and built, and will be on display at the upcoming 2015 Geneva motor show.
Alongside it on the Geneva stage in the first week of March will be the first Bugatti Veyron. As you'd expect, Bugatti isn't revealing the identity of the purchaser of the last ever Veyron, except to say that it is a "customer from the Middle East".