For those with lots...and lots...and lots of money to spend on a road-trip car (and the gas to fill it) Kelley Blue Book selected the ultra-expensive Hermes-infused version of the Veyron.
Only a dozen or so built-to-order copies of this one will ever be built at a price that's about $1 million higher than the "ordinary" Veyron.
Hermes designers toned down the hard-edged interior, covering everything - including the owner's manual - in bull-calfskin leather. The idea was to make the 16-cylinder, two-seat supercar a more relaxing place to tear down the highway at stomach-squishing speeds.
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