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Driving Bugatti Veyron Through Paris (1.2M)
The Bugatti Veyron ride in Paris by Akram Ojjeh Junior.
My First Drive in a BUGATTI CHIRON!
When the opportunity to jump behind the wheel of a Bugatti Chiron crosses your path, you leap at it. Joined by Andy Wallace, former Le Mans 24H winner and.
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I Woke Up In A New Bugatti - Driving to a 7* Hotel
Living the Supercar Dream in every possible way.
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Picking Up Uber Riders In A Bugatti!
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POV DRIVE: Veyron Test Drive EXPERIENCE
Sit back and take a test drive in a Bugatti Veyron.
Bugatti Veyron Super Sport "Pur Blanc" driving around LA
BC out and about in his Veyron Super Sport ''Pur Blanc''.
Riding in the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport "Pur Blanc"
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There's A Bugatti Veyron For Sale With What Might Be A Magic Backwards-Running Odometer - Jalopnik
If you’re part of this substantial group, read on, because there’s a Veyron for sale in Slovakia that appears to have some sort of enchanted odometer. I know that at any given moment, a substantial chunk of our readers are in the process of purchasing Bugatti Veyrons. The car is fully half of all the Veyrons in Slovakia, and is owned by Ladislav Bašternák, who is actually something of a celebrity in Slovakia. Because, of course, the last thing you’d want to do with one of humanity’s most advanced automotive achievements is drive the damn thing, right. He’s also fielded accusations of tax fraud , and, perhaps most notably, has a habit of parking his Veyron in entrances and handicapped parking spaces , which earned him what might be the only boot ever placed on a Veyron. Ferrari is in the midst of a freakout regarding some high-publicity cases of odometer tampering, and even the suggestion that these cars can have odometers rolled back at all will have a huge impact on the value of these cars, where low mileage is... This one-owner Veyron, currently selling for €999,000 (that’s $1,098,640. 26 in U. S. dollars) was such a good deal that the Slovak website HN Online decided to run a little license plate number search on the car, which is when they discovered... So, if you’re in the market for a Veyron, and your criteria is a two-tone car where each of the colors is one end of the spectrum of healthy stool colors and an enchanted odometer that runs backwards, I think you may have found your car. Source: jalopnik.com
2017 Bugatti Chiron review | MOTOR - Motor Magazine
Order one today, and chances are you will take delivery of a modified and more powerful version. As soon as you give the Chiron some stick, however, the only target your eyes must concentrate on is the road. At 1103kW and 1600Nm, the 8. 0-litre, quad-turbocharged W16 is now as potent as a Rolls-Royce Merlin aircraft engine. There is already a flood of first impressions to digest, such as more legroom, the beautiful balance of dark and light hides, out-of-this-world surfaces and a slim centre console machined from solid aluminium that houses four rotary display and... Now more than two-metres wide without wing mirrors, but only 1212mm tall, the mighty mid-engined Chiron automatically switches all six senses into overload. The cut lines that separate fewer panels are even slimmer, the ‘no plastics’ philosophy has reached new extremes and weight saving was the number-one priority. Although the blue DNA selector does contain an easy-to-drift feature, it would take a brave soul to slide this monster past apexes that have rocks on one side, trees on the other and a narrow patch of blacktop in between. The only available options are of the cosmetic kind, like a full carbon fibre exterior in the tint of your choice, which costs $350K extra. On secondary roads, the Chiron darts like a barracuda. The route along the coast from Lisbon towards Faro holds plenty more arrow-straight temptations dotted with dips and brows, but an inland diversion is required to reach higher altitudes and the serious corners. A visual feast, the carbon fibre rear bikini top struggles to cover the monumental W16 powerplant, partially bare exhaust and quad turbos. He takes the helm for the first of five legs and saunters through the light, pre-breakfast traffic. One small camber change is all it takes for the Chiron to briefly straddle the dotted line. If you ever wondered what a piece of Cartier jewellery for the road would look like, this is it. The Chiron is both cosseting and radical, an unequivocal example of mechanical genius wrapped in a cabin fit for the Savoy Hotel. You see, at 350km/h progress is a funnel-shaped experience, becoming increasingly blurred on both sides of the flight path. And yet, all you hear are the slight sneezes from the turbos and their wastegates, the rolling thunder of the Michelins, the grinding noise of the brakes and the quadrophonic full-throttle upshifts. The fuel consumption over the initial high-speed stretch was so obscene that the first pit stop beckoned after only 55 minutes. At these speeds the brain is racing, firing off questions and making split-second decisions: how long is this straight. Brakes (F): 420mm ventilated carbon-ceramic discs, 8-piston calipers. Brakes (R): 400mm ventilated carbon-ceramic discs, 4-piston calipers. The downforce is such that it’s nailing the car’s broad nose to the ground while the four calipers grab the carbon-ceramic discs with vigour and the large cooling ducts and heat shields discharge peak temperatures with an audible swoosh. Hitting 250km/h is easy, so much so it barely raises a sweat. Like the unstoppable forward thrust, the full braking capacity is physical, so you better hold on to your breakfast. The moment Wallace instinctively nudges his left hand forward, I slam on the brakes and the rear wing comes up with a howl to a near-vertical 49 degrees. It’s not just the high speed that makes the mind boggle, the real eye-opener is the relentless forward thrust. The fast, blind left hander leading on to it tugs on the neck muscles – 265km/h and still going strong. Ultimately, true speed junkies must do whatever it takes to climb behind the wheel of this epic piece of machinery. Wheels: 20. 0 x 8. 5-inch (f), 21. 0 x 11. 0-inch (r). Tyre Sizes: 285/30 R20 (f), 355/25 R21 (r). Tyre: Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2. Price: AUD$3. In yellow-streak mode, the passenger receives first-hand information on G-force, speed, the amount of power used and the fuel consumption. I once hit 408km/h in the Veyron on the back straight of VW’s Ehra-Lessien proving ground. With the 1103kW, 420km/h Chiron – excess is only the starting point. instead we’re on a humble three-lane Portuguese highway where the speed limit is 120km/h. The steering, which feels so relaxed at very high speed, takes some getting used to as soon as tighter corners come into the equation. Weight: 1995kg. Suspension: double wishbone, adaptive dampers, anti-roll bar (f/r). L/W/H: 4544/2038/1212mm. Wheelbase: 2711mm. Tracks: N/A. Steering: electrically-assisted rack-and-pinion. What also helps is the nicely balanced weight distribution, the north-south and east-west (rear) diff locks and the extra grip provided by the 285/30 R20 and 355/25 R21 ultra-high-speed tyres. The tyres bite hard, meaning it takes just 375 metres to come to a complete halt from 300km/h, sans reaction time. As long as you take enough momentum out of the banked 180-degree corner, 420km/h should also be doable there. The take-off kick at the traffic lights has a catapult effect that almost hurts, the explosive torque launches the car like a seven-stage moon rocket and the horizon approaches in big, fast steps. Sure enough, the law had long cleared the suspicious spot, but the opportunity for another flat-out run doesn't appear for another 25km. “Give it a try again once we’re past exit 12,” I hear from my eager side kick. A separate mode allows you to access the (limited) 420km/h top speed. “Better take it easy now,” suggests the pro driver beside me, so I lift and begin to coast – 275, 250, 225km/h. It takes a bit of time for the redundant left foot to come to terms with the protruding tunnel, for the right foot to memorise the throttle/brake pedal height arrangement and for the arms to find a comfortable distance to the steering wheel. The rear-end panel, also made out of perforated carbon fibre, incorporates the full-width single-piece taillight and indicator unit while also forming the base for the five-stage rear wing. The redesigned instruments consist of a large speedometer with a wild 500km/h top speed, analogue horsepower and rpm readout and a multifunction secondary display. But then, money is no object to the typical Bugatti customer. While the test car’s data-logging system shows a top speed of 362km/h, what it doesn't reveal is the busy deceleration over gaping expansion joints, the countless, minute corrections and the hissing heat dissipation. Unlike its rivals, the Bugatti is not only about performance but also about style, manners, accessibility and confidence. A couple of seconds later the road opens up again, but at 325km/h and counting, even the widest road narrows fast. About Us For 60 years MOTOR has been the Australian bible for lovers of performance cars and driving. BUGATTI CHIRON. “In a puristic driving machine like this, less is more,” CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer says, and there isn’t the faintest trace of a smile on his face. To underline the graphic link to Ettore Bugatti’s style-setting creations, the design team, under Achim Anscheid and Etienne Salomé, added such trademark elements such as a full-length middle part and C-shaped chrome accents framing the doors. Even more so than the Veyron , Bugatti’s second hypercar effort is a statement of extreme technology and mind-boggling wealth. According to the official test cycle, the rapid Bugatti averages a much less offensive 22. 5L/100km. It proudly wears the enamelled Bugatti oval like a brooch, clads its muscular proportions in slim-fit, lightweight fibres and occasionally pops the air brake as if it is turning up the collar of its coat. However, the reality is that the new Bugatti benefits from a much stiffer body, more direct steering (only 1. 25 turns lock to lock) and a user-friendly torque curve which dishes up 1600Nm from 2000 to 6000rpm. Under full load every con-rod must sustain 1300 kilos of weight, the lubrication system pumps through 120 litres of oil per minute, the air intake swallows a whopping 1200 litres per second, the high beam is only recommended up to 400km/h and the... So that would be 1. 3g, 362km/h, 1103kW and 88L/100km across the first hardcore stretch of Autopista. Drive: all-wheel drive. Then 300km/h arrives so fast that it’s hard to keep recalculating speed, distance, braking distance and how these parameters relate to the motorists around me. Scarily, 300km/h comes and goes with remarkable indifference. Wallace says that 35L/100km is a more realistic figure, though, which suggests that the 100-litre tank needs refuelling every 280km. Tipping the scales at 1995kg, the Chiron is 100kg heavier (yet vastly more powerful) than the model it replaces. Even without rear-wheel steering and active anti-roll bars, the quick steering makes the Chiron feel smaller and lighter than it is. The blend of all-wheel drive traction, supernatural brakes, surreal cornering grip and seemingly unlimited forward... But for the next speed record, which has unofficially been set at 450km/h, Bugatti is considering the 4. 9km runway at Upington airport in South Africa. Aided by all-wheel drive with active torque split, the stunning two-seater can accelerate to 100km/h in 2. 5 seconds, reach 200km/h only four seconds later and hit the 300km/h mark from rest in a mere 13. 6 seconds. Source: www.motormag.com.au
First Drive: Bugatti Chiron - RoadandTrack.com
And it doesn't sound anywhere near as good either, even if it's a lot more musical than the Veyron. The new car costs $2. 6m plus tax. It's an incredible machine in its own right, and that blend of luxury an performance means it still delivers a unique experience among supercars. A Portuguese back road didn't really seem the right place to try. Has it really changed the rules of the game in the way the Veyron did. We could have done 236mph if we'd waited until the next off-ramp, no question. They probably already have all those other cool cars you were thinking you'd get instead, or they could have if they wanted. Come to think of it, I'm not sure where is. But then you reach a little town at the end of that two-laner and you realize the true breadth of the Chiron's talents. Forget the 2. 5sec it takes to get to 62mph. Okay, maybe not all of it, but this car really handles. The eight-liter W16 delivers its power to all four wheels through a seven-speed dual clutch transmission. To reach 200mph in a 911 Turbo S you need miles of freeway and nerves of steel. Maybe it's just as well the Chiron does without – it weighs 4398lb as it is. The last thing it needs is a beer gut of batteries. At 217mph it was pulling like a Porsche 911 does at half that speed. So while the Chiron might not move the game on to the same extent the Veyron did, you can see perfectly well why 250 of the planned 500 production run is already sold. But feel the torque wash you back into the seat midway through third gear on a twisty two-lane road, and to be honest, you've got enough going on that you'll hardly notice. This might have a small trunk where the Veyron had almost nothing, but no one's really going to treat it like a GT, are they. It makes 1479bhp, compared to 987bhp from the original Veyron and 1184bhp for the Supersport. To reach 200mph in a Chiron you only need the tiniest stretch of asphalt, a fat wallet and a decent lawyer. The Chiron gets to 186mph 3. 1sec quicker, but is that enough. Insert a second key down between the driver's seat and the rocker panel and the ride height and spoilers reconfigure themselves in a low drag mode that subs stability for the ability to slip through the air, and the speed limiter is raised to... Even the starter button and driving mode selector are illuminated slivers of aluminum. But didn't the Veyron also bend minds (often shortly before bending fenders, streetlight poles and other cars). But the next Bugatti, that's going to be the real shock. I wonder if Bugatti does a fifth wheel option. Toggle the rotary driving mode dial to Handling and you can even drift it a little. At 217mph our Chiron was tracking dead straight, the steering wheel as calm as a sloth at a mindfulness retreat, the noise an airplane like fusion of wind whoosh and mechanical roar. A new two-stage turbo setup sees each bank of eight cylinders blowing through one turbo until around 3800rpm, before the other pair is added into the mix to give a big fat, wide torque curve, and as little lag as possible. This is the rare thing, a supercar that delivers a real feel-good factor driving slowly. That's the car's electronically limited top speed in its normal driving setup. But the Bugatti customer comes in his own plane, and he owns the hotel as well. We'll have to wait until next year to find out when Bugatti conducts a maximum attack run at VW's Ehra Lessien test track, but at least 280mph seems likely. Here's how badly the Bugatti Chiron messes with your mind: I just did 217mph on an ordinary Portuguese highway in daytime traffic and came home slightly disappointed that I didn't go faster. You can make anything go fast if throw enough horsepower at it. But to make it the fastest car in the world, and at the same time as easy to drive as a Civic, more comfortable than many sports sedans and with an audio system that's almost better... As Bentley and Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer puts it: 'When a Bentley customer comes to the factory to buy a car, he flies first class on the plane, and stays in the best room in the hotel when he gets there. Try these: 0-124mph (200kmh) in less than 6. 5sec and 0-186mph (300kmh) in 13. 6sec. So maybe you're thinking that, yeah, this sounds like an amazing car, but it's not that much different to the Veyron, and you could list dozens of other really cool cars you could have instead for your $3m+. And realistically it is going to be... But this bit is as difficult to get your head around as the fact it can do 200mph from a dead stop in 16sec: Chiron customers don't have to make agonizing choices like we do. The average Chiron customer has 47 other cars, three jets, three... Source: www.roadandtrack.com
Bugatti CEO Chases A Bentley On The Green Hell In The 'World's Fastest Car'06/03/17 ,via DriveSpark.com
French supercar manufacturer Bugatti produces some of the world's fastest machines at its Molsheim factory. Bugatti CEO, Wolfgang Durheimer decided to spice up things during the parade at the Nurburgring 24 hour race. He was behind the wheel of a
There's A Bugatti Veyron For Sale With What Might Be A Magic Backwards-Running Odometer05/08/17 ,via Jalopnik
I know that at any given moment, a substantial chunk of our readers are in the process of purchasing Bugatti Veyrons. If you're part of this substantial group, read on, because there's a Veyron for sale in Slovakia that appears to have some sort of
I Drove A 918 Spyder And Other Porsches On A Mad 3500 Mile Road Trip06/04/17 ,via Car Throttle
A photo call sees us driving around the Bugatti circuit, the permanent part of the La Sarthe track used for the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans, and despite the slow speeds, it's a pretty big tick in the life goals box. Taking part in a classic Le Mans