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Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

Bugatti By Collin Woodard Feb 29, 2016 The Bugatti Chiron was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show today, and with the reveal came official confirmation that the Chiron is fast. Really, really fast. But one thing we don’t know is exactly how fast it will go without the speed limiter.Thanks to an engine that makes 1479 horsepower and 1180 lb.-ft. of torque, the Chiron will hit 62 mph in less than 2.5 seconds, 124 mph in 6.5 seconds, and 186 mph in 13.6 seconds. Compared to the Veyron, the Chiron is nearly three seconds faster to 186 mph, and compared to the Veyron Super Sport, it still has a one-second edge. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below If you have the room to keep your foot down and have the car in “Top Speed” mode, the Chiron won’t stop until you hit 261 mph. But that’s not its actual top speed. No, that’s the speed Bugatti decided to electronically limit the Chiron to.With the electronic limiter turned off, you have to wonder just how much faster the Chiron can go. Will it be able to hit 270 mph? What about 280? We’ve even heard rumors of 288 mph.Thankfully, we won’t be stuck guessing. Bugatti has said it intends to attempt an official top speed test to get the Chiron certified as the fastest production car in the world. What that figure ends up being, we can’t wait to find out. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

Bugatti By Collin Woodard Feb 29, 2016 The Bugatti Chiron was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show today, and with the reveal came official confirmation that the Chiron is fast. Really, really fast. But one thing we don’t know is exactly how fast it will go without the speed limiter.Thanks to an engine that makes 1479 horsepower and 1180 lb.-ft. of torque, the Chiron will hit 62 mph in less than 2.5 seconds, 124 mph in 6.5 seconds, and 186 mph in 13.6 seconds. Compared to the Veyron, the Chiron is nearly three seconds faster to 186 mph, and compared to the Veyron Super Sport, it still has a one-second edge. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below If you have the room to keep your foot down and have the car in “Top Speed” mode, the Chiron won’t stop until you hit 261 mph. But that’s not its actual top speed. No, that’s the speed Bugatti decided to electronically limit the Chiron to.With the electronic limiter turned off, you have to wonder just how much faster the Chiron can go. Will it be able to hit 270 mph? What about 280? We’ve even heard rumors of 288 mph.Thankfully, we won’t be stuck guessing. Bugatti has said it intends to attempt an official top speed test to get the Chiron certified as the fastest production car in the world. What that figure ends up being, we can’t wait to find out.
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Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

All three former presenters of the popular BBC motoring show Top Gear have given the Veyron considerable praise. While initially skeptical that the Veyron would ever be produced, Jeremy Clarkson later declared the Veyron “the greatest car ever made and the greatest car we will ever see in our lifetime”. He also pointed out that the actual production cost of a Bugatti Veyron car was GB£5 million, but was sold to customers for just GB£1 million. When asked why, he jokingly said that Volkswagen designed the car merely as a “Technical Exercise”. James May described the Veyron as “our Concorde moment.” Clarkson test drove the Veyron from Alba in northern Italy to London in a race against May and Richard Hammond who made the journey in a Cessna 182 aeroplane.
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Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

The Bugatti Chiron was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show today, and with the reveal came official confirmation that the Chiron is fast. Really, really fast. But one thing we don’t know is exactly how fast it will go without the speed limiter.Thanks to an engine that makes 1479 horsepower and 1180 lb.-ft. of torque, the Chiron will hit 62 mph in less than 2.5 seconds, 124 mph in 6.5 seconds, and 186 mph in 13.6 seconds. Compared to the Veyron, the Chiron is nearly three seconds faster to 186 mph, and compared to the Veyron Super Sport, it still has a one-second edge. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below If you have the room to keep your foot down and have the car in “Top Speed” mode, the Chiron won’t stop until you hit 261 mph. But that’s not its actual top speed. No, that’s the speed Bugatti decided to electronically limit the Chiron to.With the electronic limiter turned off, you have to wonder just how much faster the Chiron can go. Will it be able to hit 270 mph? What about 280? We’ve even heard rumors of 288 mph.Thankfully, we won’t be stuck guessing. Bugatti has said it intends to attempt an official top speed test to get the Chiron certified as the fastest production car in the world. What that figure ends up being, we can’t wait to find out.
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Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

By Chris Perkins Mar 6, 2017 The most impressive thing about a Bugatti Veyron is not that it can do 267.8 mph flat out in Super Sport trim–it’s that it can do it without overheating in spectacular fashion afterwards. That’s what makes the Veyron a technical achievement unlike anything else in the world.In his latest video, Engineering Explained’s Jason Fenske explores the tricky catch-22 of developing a car like the Veyron. Essentially, if you want a high top speed, you need big power, but that requires a lot of cooling. The more air you send to the engine, though, the more you increase drag, which slows a car down. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A standard, non-Super Sport Veyron has a drag coefficient of .36 Cd, the same as a Cadillac Escalade. That’s why it needs 1000 horsepower to exceed 250 mph. What would it take to push the Bug all the way to 300? According to Fenske’s math, about 1800 horsepower would do the job. Of course, you could theoretically get a road car to 300 mph with much less power if you had a more aerodynamic body, but you’d almost assuredly blow the engine due to insufficient cooling air flow.There are other factors beyond drag to consider, too–you have to account for the rolling resistance of the tires, the parasitic losses in the drivetrain, and more and more.Who knows though—the way Bugatti is headed, 300 mph doesn’t really seem like a distant possibility for street-legal cars. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

By Chris Perkins Mar 6, 2017 The most impressive thing about a Bugatti Veyron is not that it can do 267.8 mph flat out in Super Sport trim–it’s that it can do it without overheating in spectacular fashion afterwards. That’s what makes the Veyron a technical achievement unlike anything else in the world.In his latest video, Engineering Explained’s Jason Fenske explores the tricky catch-22 of developing a car like the Veyron. Essentially, if you want a high top speed, you need big power, but that requires a lot of cooling. The more air you send to the engine, though, the more you increase drag, which slows a car down. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A standard, non-Super Sport Veyron has a drag coefficient of .36 Cd, the same as a Cadillac Escalade. That’s why it needs 1000 horsepower to exceed 250 mph. What would it take to push the Bug all the way to 300? According to Fenske’s math, about 1800 horsepower would do the job. Of course, you could theoretically get a road car to 300 mph with much less power if you had a more aerodynamic body, but you’d almost assuredly blow the engine due to insufficient cooling air flow.There are other factors beyond drag to consider, too–you have to account for the rolling resistance of the tires, the parasitic losses in the drivetrain, and more and more.Who knows though—the way Bugatti is headed, 300 mph doesn’t really seem like a distant possibility for street-legal cars.

Bugatti Veyron Top Speed

The most impressive thing about a Bugatti Veyron is not that it can do 267.8 mph flat out in Super Sport trim–it’s that it can do it without overheating in spectacular fashion afterwards. That’s what makes the Veyron a technical achievement unlike anything else in the world.In his latest video, Engineering Explained’s Jason Fenske explores the tricky catch-22 of developing a car like the Veyron. Essentially, if you want a high top speed, you need big power, but that requires a lot of cooling. The more air you send to the engine, though, the more you increase drag, which slows a car down. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A standard, non-Super Sport Veyron has a drag coefficient of .36 Cd, the same as a Cadillac Escalade. That’s why it needs 1000 horsepower to exceed 250 mph. What would it take to push the Bug all the way to 300? According to Fenske’s math, about 1800 horsepower would do the job. Of course, you could theoretically get a road car to 300 mph with much less power if you had a more aerodynamic body, but you’d almost assuredly blow the engine due to insufficient cooling air flow.There are other factors beyond drag to consider, too–you have to account for the rolling resistance of the tires, the parasitic losses in the drivetrain, and more and more.Who knows though—the way Bugatti is headed, 300 mph doesn’t really seem like a distant possibility for street-legal cars.

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