GENEVA -- The Bugatti Chiron will not only be the world's fastest car - it will also make money for parent Volkswagen Group, the brand said today as it unveiled the high-performance coupe, which is the successor to the Veyron.
The 1,479-hp (1,500 PS) Chiron is "very well-positioned to become the next world speed record holder and reach a maximum speed significantly above the record currently held by Bugatti," the brand said in a statement. The Chiron's road speed is electronically limited 420 kph (261 mph). It accelerates from 0 to 100 kph [0-62 mph] in less than 2.5 seconds thanks to 1,600 Newton meters of torque applied to all four wheels. more...
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