Music Monday: Bugatti Veyron Takes Flight in D.C.
From hanging in business class near the Beltway to cruising the tough streets of Miami, there are exotics abound.
Welcome back to Team Speed Music Monday, where we present one of our favorite combinations: banging beats with excellent exotics.
There’s a lot of creative videographers out there, combining a good song or two with all of our favorites from McLaren, Porsche, Ferrari, Aston Martin, and so on. One such example, created by YouTube channel Music Deep In The Night, caught our eyes due to its main attraction, a Bugatti Veyron.
The setting is somewhere around Washington, D.C., where amid the private business jets a matte blue and matte black Veyron flexes. Every gorgeous shot grabs at your heartstrings with details upon details. The ‘Bugatti’ brake calipers peeking out from the all-black wheels, the diamond-quilted black suede seats, the car’s very presence, all captured beautifully.
Whether it’s driving around the Beltway or standing still in business class, the Veyron always looks fast and ready to taxi down the runway for take-off. But its owner only brought it around to keep it safe while he heads off on G6 to a sunnier, more exotic spot: Miami.
Starting with shoutouts to the Lou La Vie exotic rental agency, the late BlackSkullz Apparel HQ (who closed shortly after this video was published back in 2018), and and shoe seller Shoe Gallery, we’re treated to a pair of high-performance machines rolling down the highway, in the form of a McLaren 570S Spider and a Lamborghini Aventador.
No cruise through Miami is complete without a trip down South Beach, where sun, surf, sand, and a nightlife that goes 24/7 all come to play. Thus, the perfect place for the 570S Spider and Aventador to glide along.
Following a drive along the causeway, the McLaren/Lamborghini duo wind up on a rough street to watch the sun set over the non-stop party that is Miami. Not a bad way to be.