Caption: It's been eight months since the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse was first revealed to the public, and it has been turning heads ever since. However, back in February it raised eyebrows for a very different reason, as a few lucky individuals were given the opportunity to see the car in a very unique state – rusty, battered and filthy from top to bottom. The reason? The Vitesse had been airfreighted to South Africa where it endured a final testing to ensure it functioned as perfectly as a $2,000,000 car should. In the gruelling South African heat, every facet of the car was scrutinised using the latest cutting-edge technology. After all, even the fastest production roadster ever made needs to be put through its paces.