These are the coolest places in the world where you'll find automakers developing their newest cars. Well, you could. If you were allowed in.
Sometimes, there are things you just can't do on public roads.
Some might be able to build cars that are capable of higher speeds than the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport's 267.856 mph, but we will never know unless Volkswagen occasionally opens the doors to the only place on Earth where they can be pushed that far.
Honda has put its 4,255-acre Mojave Desert proving grounds up for sale, complete with 7.5-mile oval, 4.5-mile road course and support buildings. Buy it and you can show off your motorcycle hooning skills to the desert rabbits.
Can't get past the killer meat pods guarding the world's top-secret test tracks? How about bypassing them altogether, and looking down from miles upward? Ok, so it's not in real-time, and only accurate to within a few hundred feet — that leaves out snooping for future models — but for sheer geekery, AutoExpress's…