Bugatti Veyron

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Bugatti Veyron

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2008 Bugatti Veyron 8.0L W16 Quad- Turbo!

Body / Doors                          2 door, Coupe
Color ( exterior/interior)          Black/Silver / Black
Odometer (indicated/real)        4,069 mi. / 4,069mi.
Engine                                   8.0L W16 Quad-Turbo
Transmission                          Automatic, 7 Speed
Drivetrain                               All Wheel drive
Serial Number                         VF9SA25C68M795155
Stock No.                                P15281A
AM/ FM Radio                         CD Player
Power Windows                       Power Doors
Air Conditioning                      Electric Mirrors
Leather Interior                       ABS Brakes
Alloy Wheels                           Tilt Steering
Air Bags                                 Climate Control
|Electric Seats                         Adjustable Mirrors from Interior
Clock                                      Intermittent Wipers
Interior Trunk Release              Intermittent Wipes
Tachometer                             Interior Fuel Latch
Traction Control                       Power Brakes
Stability Control
Warranty Class                        6 Months or 10,000 km, whichever occurs first
The Veyron is, famously, the world’s fastest car. That was the Super Sport coupe model though, which has since been discontinued. Now, only the open-top Grand Sport remains on sale, with the big Bug effectively in the world’s most extravagant runout cycle. True to form, buyers haven’t had to put up with a piffling 1,001bhp for long. Now, Bugatti has announced the Grand Sport Vitesse (yes, like an old Rover, with similar range-topping aspirations), which revives the Super Sport’s 1,200bhp engine for a damned good crack at its 267mph top speed.
Everything else remains as it was though, as the pinnacle of megacorp VW Group’s engineering talent. Two seats, active aerodynamics – including a whopping airbrake – and four-wheel drive mean that the Veyron really can handle all that power. It’s an engineering marvel.
Easy. The Veyron is wide and low, but with the seven-speed paddleshift gearbox and genial power delivery, it’s about as frightening as an Audi TT to drive normally. It’s not until you really put your foot down that you realise quite how ballistic the Veyron really is: 0–62mph in 2.5 seconds, and more than 250mph top speed.
Even so, the most remarkable and admirable thing about the Veyron, particularly the Vitesse, is that all the power doesn’t actually fry your mind. It seems to live within the bounds of sanity. Well, more or less. Once you’ve driven one of these, everything else is just slow – yes, even other supercars.

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