You wouldn’t know there is a credit crunch following news that the world’s most pricey rental car is on the market at a staggering £15,000 per day.
The Bugatti Veyron is worth more than £800,000, part of the reason why this large and fast car costs so much to hire out.
The other main reason is that the car, which can go at almost 250 miles per hour and does 0-60 in under three seconds, is one of only 25 of its kind in the world.
The £15 grand daily rate is nothing compared to the deposit required for this bad boy – a whopping £100,000. And that’s not surprising considering the car needs 10 radiators just to keep its eight litre engine from overheating.
Considering premier league footballers are some of the only people wealthy enough to afford that, and most of them buy their cars, it begs the question of who does hire this behemoth? It has apparently already been taken out twice this year.
The owner of the Bugatti Veyron is actually a business man who has leased it to the car company so he can make money when he is not using it.
The car company is Holders Prestige and Performance Car Hire which is based in Reading
Company spokesman Eesa Mander said: "This is unquestionably the best car on the planet and for that reason alone it commands a massive price tag.
"It has the ultimate speed and performance and people are prepared to pay a premium price for those qualities.
"People take this out and drive across Europe to Monaco to experience some luxury - it's an experience car. They need to consider that it will attract a lot of attention."
For the £70,000 it costs to rent the Bugatti Veyron per week you could rent a whole fleet of small economy cars.