Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Bugatti break speed record
The most powerful Bugatti - Veyron Super Sport, broke the world speed record for production car during the official presentation of the car on the track of Volkswagen in Germany. Supercar managed to lift 431 km / h before the strict eyes of the people of the Book of Guinness Records.
The first 5 copies of the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport has been sold for 1.434 million euros each. The company did not specify how many cars will be made yet.
So far, Bugatti has disposed of 260 "normal" model Veyron, one of which is owned by a Bulgarian businessman Rumen Gaytanski and 35 Convertible Grand Sports.
Fastest vehicle in the world, however, will be released to customers with electronic speed limit of 415 km / h, because over this indicator is likely to tire burst.
During the two main track mileage in Germany Bugatti Veyron Super Sport track record of maximum speed of respectively 427.933 km / h and 434.211 km / h and the average score was 431.072 km / h.
Super Sport has a W16 engine with 1200 horsepower deadly maximum power and 1500 Nm of torque.
World premiere of the Veyron Super Sport will be held at the Pebble Beach competition in August, while production will commence in autumn this year.