The Bugatti Veyron is a Bugatti car produced from 2005 to 2015. Named after French racing driver Pierre Veyron, winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The Super Sport broke the world speed record in 2010, becoming the fastest production car in the world. Production of the Veyron is now complete, with a total of 450 cars sold: 300 coupes and 150 roadsters.
The car in coupe bodywork weighs 1,888 kg. Length – 4462 mm, width – 1998 mm, height – 1204 mm, wheelbase – 2710 mm. Special tyres for the Veyron designed by Michelin.
Bugatti Veyron Pur Sang:
An exclusive version of the Bugatti Veyron Pur Sang (purebred) hypercar was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2007. The car body was not covered with paint and varnish, but left it in ‘clean’ materials, aluminium, and black unpainted carbon fibre. The bonnet, roof and rear panel are made of carbon fibre, while the sides of the vehicle are made of aluminium.
Bugatti Veyron Fbg par Hermès:
In 2008, the Bugatti Veyron Fbg par Hermès was presented at the 78th Geneva Motor Show in collaboration with the French fashion house Hermès. The interior, seats and numerous details were designed by the fashion house. The interior door handles are in the style of Hermès suitcase handles. The radiator grilles are made in the form of multiple overlapping H’s (from Hermès). The wheel rims are made of polished aluminium with eight spokes, with the letter H in the centre and holes along the rim reminiscent of the Hermès characteristic coarse stitching. The car body was offered in two colours: black with a gray bonnet and fenders, or black with a red bonnet and fender. At the same time, the leather interior matched the bonnet and fenders. Later, customers were offered four more colours.
Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir:
A special version was introduced in 2008 to commemorate the Bugatti Type 57S Atlantic that was produced in the last century. The car has a charcoal-black exterior paintwork combined with black unpainted carbon fiber, while the interior has an orange leather interior with a black centre console. Twelve cars were produced.
Bugatti Veyron Bleu Centenaire:
At the Geneva Motor Show in March 2009, the company unveiled a centenary edition in a combination of matte and gloss blue, with blue engine parts, Bugatti Veyron and Bugatti Type 41 Royale badging and numbers 0-100.
Bugatti Veyron L’édition Centenaire:
At the Villa d’Este exhibition, the company unveiled four special versions, the Bugatti Veyron L’édition Centenaire, reminiscent of one of the manufacturer’s most successful racing cars, the Bugatti Type 35. Each model is named after car racers of the 1920s and 1930s and has the racing colours of the respective countries: blue for France, red for Italy, green for England and white for Germany. The blue Bugatti Veyron is named after French racing driver Jean-Pierre Wimille, the red is Italian Achille Varzi, the green is British Malcolm Campbell and the white is German Hermann zu Leiningen. The body of each model is complemented by aluminium doors and front fenders.
Bugatti Veyron Sang d’Argent and Bugatti Veyron Nocturne:
In December 2009, the Bugatti Veyron Sang d’Argent and Bugatti Veyron Nocturne were presented at the Dubai Motor Show for the Middle East market with different body colours and interior trim materials. The only Sang d’Argent worth €1.45 million is painted silver with polished aluminium doors and front wings. The car has a brown leather interior. Five examples of Nocturne feature black and polished aluminium, metal-coated side windows, dashboard covered in black magnesium and centre console covered in platinum. The interior is upholstered in white leather. Cost of each – 1.65 million euros.
Bugatti Veyron specs:
- top speed – 407 km/h
- acceleration to 100 km/h – 2.5 s
- horsepower – 1001 hp
- engine volume – 7993 cm³
- vehicle weight – 1888 kg
Bugatti Veyron engine:
The car is powered by an eight-litre (7993cc) W16 quad-turbo engine with 1,001bhp at 6,000rpm and a maximum torque of 1,250Nm at 2,200-5,500rpm. The actual engine output ranges from 1,020 to 1,040 bhp. Ten radiators are used to cool the engine.
Bugatti Veyron 0 – 100 (Bugatti Veyron 0 – 60):
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes 2.5 seconds.
Bugatti Veyron top speed:
The top speed reaches 407 kilometres per hour.
Bugatti Veyron interior:
Bugatti Veyron price (Bugatti Veyron for sale):
The car is available from $1800000.