In addition to having ridiculous maintenance costs they usually aren’t that functional. Cars like the Pagani Huayra don’t offer much storage space and you can bet Veyron owners hold their breath every time they enter a parking lot. However, despite all the reasons not to daily drive supercars some people still do it. For that we're thankful, as mundane errands suddenly become must-watch videos with a supercar in the mix.
The Pagani Huayra is a great car if you want to go fast and turn heads, but it’s not so great for grabbing groceries. Cargo space is severely limited, making storing even two bags from Whole Paycheck/Foods a hassle. Maybe next time it’d be smarter if the passenger just held onto the bags?
This Koenigsegg Agera R owner in Monaco treats his car like a Honda Civic and for that we love him. The Swedish supercar isn't big enough to haul all of his cargo, a single piece of luggage and a box of pizza, so he improvises by putting the luggage on the seat and the pizza on the dash. This guy right here, this is our type of guy.
Even car guys in “normal” cars get nervous about automated car washes, so we can only imagine how scared the Bugatti Veyron owner in this video was. Cars this expensive are usually washed by professional detailers, not robots working for $11 per job. Hopefully the person behind the wheel at least sprung for the top-tier package.
Putting two grandmas in a Lamborghini Murcielago and letting them run errands is one of the best ideas ever. Of course these two ladies quickly learn that doing just about anything in a supercar is tough, from backing out of the driveway to locating the trunk. Yup, those groceries are going to need to go on someone’s lap.
A Pagani being jumped by a BMW—or any car for that matter—is something you don’t see every day. But we’re sure this isn’t the first time such a thing has happened. However, it’s probably the first time such a thing has been caught on video.