Turning heads from the moment it first hit the market, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is today rated as a classic well worth its price tag of $1.7 Million (just over £1,03 Million).
Hailed as a superior car in every aspect, the Veyron 16.4 was designed by Volkswagen, who was also responsible for this magnificent beast’s technological development. Manufactured by Bugatti Automobiles, France, and sold exclusively through Bugatti dealers, it was hailed the ”Car of the Decade 2000-09′ and awarded with the 2005 award as the ‘Best Car Driven all Year’ by TV’s Top Gear team.
Boasting an average top speed of more than 400 km/hr (248.55 mph), the Veyron 16.4 can maintain constant speeds of around 250 km/hr (155.34 mph), requiring just 270 – 280 HP, and provides a consolidated 736 kW. Its seven gear clutch transmission operates with a torque of approximately 1,250 Newton meters. Innovative aerodynamics serves to keep it at ground level even at top speed, and ceramic breaks ensure it can be brought to a complete stop from 100 km/hr (62.14 mph) in just 2.3 seconds…. Nice!
This provides it with a significant edge over Super Sports cars. Provided by Bugatti with a safety concept equal to that of Formula 1 cars, this exceptional car is powered by an 8.0 litre, quad-turbo charged W16 cylinder engine capable of producing 1,020 metric horsepower and above.
Spanning 4.47 metres (approximately 14.67 ft), the Bugatti Veyron 16.4’s elegant and well-proportioned mid-engine design; structural symmetry and flawless dual colour paintwork provide this dream of a car with a sleek, racy and simply beautiful appearance, while its grandeur is underlined by the huge radiator grill bearing the Bugatti emblem.
Combined with its state-of-the-art technology and an interior depicting clear lines perfectly in harmony with the car’s overall elegance and finished with exquisite attention to detail in high class materials like special, constant-sheen aluminium alloys and blemish-free leather, this makes the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 not just a super sports car, but a complete work of art.
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