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About Bugatti Veyron
The Bugatti Veyron: A well-decorated superfast car
Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S is France-based maker of high-performance luxury automobiles. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of multinational car manufacturer Volkswagen AG.
Bugatti entered the luxury sports car market with the Veyron series, starting with the Veyron EB 16.4, which was sold to the first customer in 2005 and had a four-year run. Other variants include Veyron Grand Sport, which was introduced in 2009, Veyron Super Sport in 2010, and Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse in 2012. The series was discontinued in 2014, replaced by the Bugatti Chiron.
The Veyron is a well-decorated series. The Guinness Book of World Records declared Veyron Super Sport as the fastest production car in 2013, while the Super Sport variant was named the fastest street-legal car in the world and the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse the fastest roadster in the world in 2013. Bugatti has set the units of Veyron cars that would be sold to only 450 units.
An eye-catching luxurious high-performance automobile
The Bugatti Veyron's standard model, the Veyron 16.4 which launched in 2005, uses a W16 quad-turbo engine that generates 1,001 horsepower and 922 pound-feet of torque. It can go from zero to 62 miles per hour (mph) in just 2.5 seconds and has a top speed of 253mph. The last of this variant came out in 2011.
The Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport began production in 2009. Its main difference from the base model is the lack of a standard roof, in place of which are a hard top and a second temporary soft top that functions much like an umbrella for the car. This iteration has a top speed of 229mph with the hard top in use and 81mph with the temporary soft roof. Only 150 units of this version were produced between 2009 and 2015.
The Super Sport variant, which was introduced in 2010, runs on the same engine as the standard variant but has more power at 1,183 horsepower. This was made possible through reduced internal resistance and NACA ducts in the roof to improve the car's cooling system. Other enhancements include extra grilles on the front to assist in routing more air to the brakes and the use of racing-grade pads. It set a new world record at 257.85mph, going as fast as 267.85mph with the speed limiter removed.
Only 30 units of the 16.4 Super Sport variant were produced. Bugatti also came out with the Veyron 16.4 Super Sport World Record Edition, which is limited to five units. In this version, the electronic speed limiter was removed.
In 2012, Bugatti introduced a Targa top version of the Super Sport – the 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse. This final iteration of the Veyron uses an 8-liter W-16 engine mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission system. It churns out 1,183 horsepower and 1,106 pound-feet of torque and can go from zero to 60mph in 2.5 seconds. Top speed is set at 253 mph, but without the speed limiter, it can go as fast as 268mph.
Powerful engines call for big breaks, and the Grand Sport Vitesse does not disappoint. With 400mm at the front and 380mm at the back, it goes from a standstill to 62mph and back to a halt in just 5.9 seconds. The Vitesse carries improvements in design to optimize the car's aerodynamics. The front gets larger air vents while the rear uses a double diffuser paired with a central exhaust.
The Bugatti Veyron has a length of 4,462mm, a width of 1,998mm, and a height of 1,204mm. The Veyron is wider than many of its rivals. Hence, driving it in the city or parking in cramped areas could prove difficult.
The Vitesse looks like a car out of a "Transformers" movie. It is styled after the Super Sport, as seen in the enlarged air scoops, the side panels, and the central exhaust and rear-ends design. It also inherits some of the features of the open-top Grand Sport, such as the removable windbreak and removable rooftop. It will be incorrect, though, to call the Vitesse a "convertible," as the top needs to be manually removed. A newly added rooftop spoiler reduces noise and turbulence, ensuring that occupants have a great riding or driving experience even with the top removed.
For the first time, French luxury sports car maker uses carbon fiber for the Vitesse's entire body, and customers may request Bugatti to cover it with a clear coat. The material also serves as a safety feature, protecting the passengers in case of impact accidents. Clear-glass taillights and diamond-cut wheels add to the aesthetic appeal of the car's exterior.
The inside cabin screams carbon fiber as well, with touches of aluminum and magnesium. The seats, positioned low, are wrapped in hand-made two-tone leather accented with contrasting stitching.
In 2010, Bugatti started offering customized color options for both the Vitesse's exterior and interior cabin to prospective customers. One of the popular color schemes is the black and orange combination, which was worn by the Veyron Vitesse car that was used to set the record for fastest open-top product car with a speed of 254.04mph back in 2013.
Sports cars are not known for offering big cargo spaces, but the Bugatti Veyron is simply stingy in this area. It has a boot space capacity of 37 liters, which is small if one considers the Lamborghini Aventador's 110 liters and the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe's 395 liters.
Bugatti also produced several Vitesse special editions. Such include the Bugatti Type 37A-inspired the Vitesse SE and eight units of the World Record Car Edition. The company also came out with versions dedicated to prominent racing names, including Jean Bugatti, Ettore Bugatti, Meo Costantini, and Jean-Pierre Wimille.
The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse carries a US$2.4M base price tag.
Does the Bugatti Veyron deserve the stupendous asking price?
- Self-imposed 450 units cap means exclusivity
- Luxurious and comfortable inside cabin
- Eye-catching design and style
- Prohibitive price
- Limited cabin space for cargo
- Width makes city driving and parking a challenge
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