^I don't hate the way it looks but I'm not a fan of it. For a car with so much power (and so fast) it almost looks "boring". It's too quiet, too heavy and, from what I've heard, quite "neutral" to drive fast. Plus it has 10000 cylinders and 40 turbos.
My dream car (well, manufacturer, really) has been koenigsegg for a while. Their latest car: the One:1 which is basically and extreme version of the Agera R (whose production isn't limited to six as the former) has 1360 hp and weighs 1360 kilograms.
Now speaking of their Agera R, it has 1140 hp and because it weighs about 1300 kilos it accelerates and brakes faster than the veyron (0-124mph in 7,8s and 0-186-0 mph in 21s). I also has real wheel drive only and no need for 16 cylinders: it has a twin turbo V8. Plus it makes brutal noise.
(and is a bit cheaper than the veyron)
The reason why it hasn't broken the speed record is because they have no place to so it (unlike Volkswagen which has a massive test rack). Then you also have to consider it's a small company, founded only 20 years ago and they still don't employ that many people, hence the limited production.
Overall, I just think they make a lot more interesting cars than the veyron and don't get much credit for it.
The Mr Freeze coasters should have speakers playing the sentence: "Let's kick some ice!" right before each launch
What does one say after riding a Batman clone?
The G force is strong with this one.