Bugatti Chiron: specs, price, horsepower, top speed and acceleration 0 – 100

Bugatti Chiron: specs, price, horsepower, top speed and acceleration 0 – 100

The Bugatti Chiron debuted at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. It replaces the Veyron model and was named after car racing driver Louis-Alexandre Chiron.

 

The hypercar has striking headlamps consisting of four LED elements in each headlamp. Also striking is the small, trademark radiator grille, which consists of many small honeycombs, has a chrome trim and carries the manufacturer’s logo. At the bottom of the bumper there are large, elongated air intakes, which not only give the car a swift and aggressive look, but are also designed to let in large flows of air to cool the hypercar.

The Chiron draws attention not only to the bright red emblem on the radiator grille (the emblem, by the way, is made of sterling silver and covered with enamel). The Veyron also had an ancestral crest which runs from Bugatti’s bonnet to the stern, referring to the legendary Type 57SC Atlantic 30-x coupe.

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How many Bugatti Chiron in the world:

The entire run of 500 Chiron cars has already been sold out, with the last copies of the Veyron successor purchased in January. By the end of the year, Bugatti will deliver the remaining 80 cars to customers.

 

 

Bugatti Chiron specs:

  • top speed – 420 km/h
  • acceleration to 100 km/h – 2.4 s
  • horsepower – 1500 hp
  • engine volume – 7993 cm³
  • vehicle weight – 1995 kg

 

Bugatti Chiron engine:

The engine in the Bugatti Chiron is a huge turbocharged W16 petrol engine with a displacement of 7993 cc. It has four turbochargers, two injectors and four valves per cylinder, a carbon intake manifold and a titanium exhaust system with four catalytic converters.

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The Bugatti Chiron is equipped with a robotized seven-speed dual-clutch variable transmission and an all-wheel drive system. For the transmission of torque, special clutch discs have been developed that are the largest and most powerful ever fitted to a production car.

 

Bugatti Chiron 0 – 100 (Bugatti Chiron 0 – 60):

Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes 2.4 seconds.

 

Bugatti Chiron top speed:

The top speed reaches 420 kilometres per hour.

 

Bugatti Chiron interior:

 

Bugatti Chiron price (Bugatti Chiron for sale):

The car is available from $3000000.

 

Bugatti Chiron airplane:

 

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