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Bugatti Veyron: Is it the best car ever?

Updated on April 22, 2014

Reasons to love this car:

Bugatti Veyron: Best Car Ever?

The Bugatti Veyron is a new line to come out of Bugatti. It is a rear mid-engined supercar and is currently the most expensive modern car on the planet that costs $1,600,000. It is also the considered as the fastest road-legal car to date with a speed pf 431.07 km/h. The original version of this has a speed of 408.00 km/h.

The car was designed and developed by the famous German Volkswagen Group and was produced by Bugatti Automobile SAS. The car is named after the French racer Pierre Veyron who won the 1929 44 Hours of Le mans while racing for Bugatti. The television program Top Gear heralded the car as Car of the Decade.

So what makes this car so awesome? One reason, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is not just another flashy commercial car or a poorly designed road burner. It was created and developed to Volkswagen quality. With its 1001 metric horsepower, this model has set a standard- and a high one at that. The ability of this car to reach 1000 horsepower and still remain well-built and street legal is unheard of, a top-tier design that delivers speed and sophistication to the owner

The Veyron also consists of an energizer that is a WR16 displacing 7998cc and turbocharged with 15.8 psi of boost. This car also has more cylinders, displacement, and

power per liter than other engines of the like. The torque pique of the engine roars at 922 pound-feet. The our turbos minimize any throttle lag and a compression ratio of 9:3:1 makes sure of a good torque before the boost develops.

With a zero-to-sixty time of three seconds, it proves that the engine is the center of its excellence as a sports car. It is perfect for those who are looking for a high speed ride but looking good while doing it. And with its state of the art engine and mechanisms, you can’t go wrong with this one.

Bugatti Veyron Safety Features:

The ABS brakes respond when it senses a that a tire has stopped rotating due to extreme braking. It will adapt to the pressure for the tire to rotate again. This gives the vehicle a greater chance to turn while braking.

The stability control responds when it senses the handling limits have reached its end. It automatically reduces the engine power and/or submits to select brakes to prevent any loss of control while driving.

There are also front-impact airbags for the driver and passenger to protect both people in the front from head injuries in case of a crash.

The seatbelt pretensioners tighten automatically on the passenger during a sudden collision or crash. A great safety feature along with the front-impact airbags.


One more final safety feature I like is the vehicle’s security system. It senses and detects unwanted intrusion with the car. One awesome feature is that the engine will not start unless the original manufacturer key is used. This is possible because the car is equipped with an ignition disable device.

Even if the Veyron is low, there will be no problem with sight obstructions when driving. There will be plenty of clearance inside and the interior is sure to accommodate any driver up to the height of six foot seven

There are no exact words to describe the brilliance of this car. No, it is not perfect, but the small flaws are either unnoticeable or nonexistent. The way the car handles and its certain abilities in turning and breaking will make you feel like a professional. The outer design is an eye catcher and the inner mechanisms are superb. There is no doubting the ingenuity and hard work behind its design. This car may not be perfect, but it’s so close to being one.


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