One is a Pagani Zonda Cinque, one of only five produced. The other is a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport with a couple of secrets to hide. But which one would you go for?
Choosing a favourite between these two isn’t easy.
In the white corner, we have the Pagani Zonda Cinque. Granted your ‘average’ 300kph Zonda is not what you’d call common on the public roads, but even by Pagani’s standards the Cinque is an exclusive item. The natty racing stripes, red lipped rims and naked carbon fibre set the scene nicely for a 678hp AMG V12, a 0-100kph time of 3.4 seconds, and an eyewatering $2million(ish) price tag. A bargain, since there are only five on the planet.
And across in the, er, white corner, we have a Bugatti Veyron. We’re not going to lie, telling one special edition Veyron from another is pretty difficult when the marque insists on making each one pretty much identical. This particular model then could be a Vitesse fresh from the foilers or a Sang Noir gone rogue. We’re going to take a shot and say this is a 400+kph, 8.0-litre quad-turbocharged W16-powered Gran Sport White with Sang Noir wheels. Expect to be on the generous side of $2million…ish.
So, two white behemoths, two monstrous starting prices, and one choice to make…