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The 2017 Bugatti Chiron hypercar, the latest creation of Volkswagen Groups, is proof of the company’s engineering and design genius as it is predicted to be the fastest and priciest car ever to hit the market.
This supposed-to-be replacement for the Bugatti Veyron came as an entirely unique version with its 8.0- liter quad turbo W-16 engine with an output of 1500 horsepower. The combination resulted to a road monster that gobbles up the road at the rate of 261 miles per hour.The 2017 Bugatti Chiron can go from 0 to 200 kilometers per hour in 6.5 seconds and an amazing 0-300 kilometers per hour in 13.6 seconds, a remarkable acceleration rate that is very much higher than what other cars offer.
Aside from its top speed, the 2017 Bugatti Chiron is resistant to very high or very low temperatures. Its performance under extreme heat was tested in Death Valley, Colorado, which people considered as the hottest place in America, especially during summer. To test how it would react in high altitudes, the Volkswagen Group’s team will proceed to Phoenix and to Denver, according to CarandDriver.
The advancements made in the 2017 Bugatti Chiron is the result of human’s desire to surpassed limits and boundaries, according to the Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S president.
As a result, the 2017 Bugatti Chiron had by far surpassed the performance of Bugatti Veyron, its predecessor, as well as of the other hypercars that had been made. People who prefer power and opulence would not have second thoughts in buying this powerful, luxurious and costly car.
For those who hurriedly made the down payment to make sure that they would have this car, five months of waiting might be worth it, considering that they would be getting a product of the highest quality, according to Road Show.
Yet, price is one apparent downside for this car. While everyone would love to have the 2017 Bugatti Chiron, only a very few would be able to afford it.
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