How often do you find super rare hypercars battling on tarmac with throttle wide open? Even on the internet. This is one of those. It can’t get any more exclusive as the contestants here are incredibly beautiful Ferrari LaFerrari and brutal beast named Bugatti Veyron.
Bugatti Veyron’s replacement, which is likely to be named Chiron, is believed to get two electrically-powered turbochargers and a 500 kmph speedometer.
Andy House is the person guilty of driving a million-dollar-plus Bugatti Veyron off the road and right into a freezing lake. The incident occurred in November of 2009, but the courts now find him guilty of an insurance fraud five yearâ€™s later.
New Bugatti Veyron will be unveiled most likely in Q1 2016 and launch in 2017. Veyron successor is now in initial stages of development. It will house a comprehensively upgraded version of 8.0 litre W16 turbocharged engine seen in outgoing model.
Testing the top speed of a super car is a distant dream for most owners. All supercars boast of a top speed over and above permitted limits thus leaving owners a dissatisfied lot. But here is one owner who got somewhat near to testing the top speed of his Bugatti.
Bugatti will showcase their Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Black Bess at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show starting April 20. Black Bess is the fifth and latest Legends edition of the total six. Just like the previous Bugatti Legends, this one too is limited in edition (just three units) and will cost at least â‚¬2.15 million approximately $2.98 million (INR 17,96,19,500) .