Aside from Hennessy being a supreme @sshat, it also goes back to our discussion of what exactly defines a supercar, and whether cars made by specialty builders like Hennessy really qualify as "production cars". What if there was an option to buy the Veyron Sport without a speed restrictor? Does that then make it OK? In theory, a custom car builder can make a car anyway the customer wants, or he can make every car unique and then sell them. He can then choose his fastest version and make 50 of them and they qualify as a "production car". I suppose Bugatti could do the same - but that isn't normally what we consider the production car process. We imagine the engineers making design decisions, then finally getting the green-light, and production starts on a the run of cars. That just doesn't seem like the same thing at all.
One of my favorite pejorative terms!