Bugatti Galibier: Should It Run On Windows or Apple OS?

By Jamie Pert - Jul 1, 2010

The designers who arguably made one of the greatest pieces of motoring engineering ever, the Bugatti Veyron have released a concept car called the Galibier. Although it is a beautiful luxury car, that is powerful and could be another car of the decade, it still seems that it has run in to a few problems with it’s Windows – and we are not talking about the glass ones either.

If you take a look at this image, you will notice the computer screen embedded in the dash has some sort of fault. Although not exactly a BSOD (Blue screen of death), readers have been poking fun at Windows being the (un)’reliable’ piece of magnificent software it has always been.

Although it is just a concept car, the error could be completely innocent. The software might not be finished, it could even be a notification such as “You Have Accidentally Turned Your Lights On In Broad Daylight” without no pretty Bugatti interface.

Regardless, I wonder what it would be like if it run on an Apple OS? Would It be much more reliable? I bet it would, only if we didn’t have to hold the steering wheel in such a way, in the “death-grip” fashion. Otherwise the on-board computer might just shout at your and say “Reception Lost.” It’s OK though, I’m sure a new ‘bumper’ would fix that.

Food for thought isn’t it?

Source: Jalopnik

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