Driving a Bugatti like Land Rover: Watch this blistering R31-million Veyron hypercar tackle an insane off-road track

The Bugatti Veyron can reach speeds in excess of 400km/h but what it's like off-road? A video shows the iconic Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, worth the equivalent of R31-million, taking on a track more suited to 4x4s.

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In-car footage shows the blistering pace the hypercar achieves as trees and the dirt track become a blurry haze. One wrong move and - wait lets rather not think about that...

The guys at TFJJ said: "We were lucky to go for no ordinary spin in the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse World Record Car, what was once the fastest convertible in the world, hitting 408lm/h, a truly incredible feat for a car weighing circa 2000kg. 

"The car was seen showing off during the insane Heveningham Concours supercar event.

Check out the video below: