It would be an understatement to refer to the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport as a supercar. In fact, it is under the hypercar category; it is officially called that. Many supercar reviews show them as hypercars. But no matter what kind of group the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is referred to, it doesn’t change the fact that it is the fastest and most expensive car in the world. But the above point is already given to a different supercar that just recently showed a remarkable top speed of 270.49 miles per hour with an engine of 7.0L LSX Twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces 1244 horsepower – the Hennessey Venom GT.
But this is about Bugatti Veyron, so just sit back and learn more about what this supercar has to show you before Hennessey took the throne as the fastest car on the planet right now.
What is this car?
This is the most expensive and fastest car ever on the market. It has a price of £2,000,000, possesses an 1183bhp rather than the standard of Veyron that tops a figure of 986bhp. It can accelerate to 186 miles per hour in 14 seconds, with a record of two-way average 268 miles per hour. However, the customers’ car is limited only up to 258 miles per hour.
You can never question about this supercar’s technical information. At the heart of Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is a remarkable 8L quad-turbo W16 engine. There are also changes in this supercar if you compare it to the regular Veyron engine. It has the all new turbochargers, remapped ECU, bigger charge coolers and free-flowing inlet manifolds. Aside from these changes comes with the lift peak power of 1000 to 1200PS, which is 1183bhp in the old. From the engineer’s viewpoint, it is easily able to produce greater outputs, but its 7-speed dual clutch transmission gearbox could not handle them that much.
What it feels like when driven
Is there any difference to it when compared to a standard car? Supercars naturally behave differently compared to a regular car. So it is only going to be obvious that the car can make you feel like you are riding a jet plane.
According to experts, they feel the chassis getting sharper. It can respond to the inputs quite directly, even if there is no compromise in the body and ride control that many of you might expect. The car is in fact beautifully damped even when driven on the roughest terrain. It constantly reminds you why Bugatti Veyron is a car when compared to another hypercars out there. You can even rent these hypercars now. It is designed that it can be used in the street.
The delivery of power gets more severe as well. You can feel more lag low-down. It even has more head-butting with the horizon between 3000 to 6000 rpm.
At 268 miles per hour, its centrifugal force at the core of every wheel is so amazingly high that the Bugatti Veyron needed the second spring in each tire valve.