2017 Bugatti Chiron Is Power On Wheels Built For The Streets
The 2017 Bugatti Chiron can be described in one word: power. It is all about power on wheels. The Bugatti Chiron has so much power packed into it that it more than justifies the price that goes with it.
The Chiron has one feature that would immediately be noted by anyone, and that is its engine. It is an engine capable of delivering 1500 hp. Its engine is the 8.0 liter W16 that was previously on the Bugatti Veyron. It now has four turbos to go along with it that are also made bigger. This can give the Chiron a top speed of at least 261 mph.
Bugatti's engineers haven't determined its real top speed, though. The Veyron Super Sport achieved a record speed of 268 mph. Bugatti's engineers say that they are confident the Chiron can easily break that and surpass it.
Along with a much more powerful engine, the Chiron has other improvements as well. The brakes were naturally improved in order to have the necessary stopping power for such a powerful car. The Chiron should be much quicker as well. The Veyron was able to get to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, according to Car and Driver.
Inside the Chiron is also much quieter, a necessity since an engine with that much power would also produce much noise. However, the engine manages to be quiet as well. It is said to be much quieter than the Veyron. And the Chiron is all about acceleration and speed, as CNet noted. This is for as long as one would put the foot on the accelerator.
The Chiron is all about size, and it is not just about the engine. Its price would come to almost $3 million. A car with much power does not come cheap. It is a car that would only be for a select few, but then it is something that would be much worth it in every way.
The interior of the Chiron is tasteful and minimalist. Air vents are just about adequate, and its race steering wheel is stylish. The shifter is small, as it would be for any race car. The Chiron combines the aesthetic interior of a luxury car with the power and looks of a performance car.
The 2017 Chiron is all about power. With a powerful engine as its main feature, the car exudes all that in a tasteful frame. The 2017 Chiron is all about power on wheels. Another car that has much power is the 2017 McLaren 570GT, which brings race car tech to the streets.
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