What does really mean a luxury brand? It is associated with the incarnation of beauty, well-known and prestigious brands. Here, there is the luxury Bugatti Chiron brand. This car is characterized by its distinctiveness and its extraordinariness, as well as its material. With so many more features than most other cars, it is the best luxury car that ever produced. Below you will see some information about this vehicle.
THE ADVANTAGES OF THE LUXURY BUGATTI CHIRON EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW
Le 5 avril 2016.
What does really mean a luxury brand? It is associated with the incarnation of beauty, well-known and prestigious brands. Here, there is the luxury Bugatti Chiron brand. This car is characterized by its distinctiveness and its extraordinariness, as well as its material. With so many more features than most other cars, it is the best luxury car that ever produced. Below you will see some information of this vehicle.
Bugatti Chiron: one of the best luxury car models ever produced
This Bugatti was first revealed at the Geneva Motor Show this year. This is basically a luxury sports vehicle equipped with innovative technologies. Inside this car, you will find luxury features such as a high-end sound system, WiFi, Digital displays and 31 leather trim color options. Besides, there is more headroom and footwell space in front of a seat in this Chiron. On the other hand, the exterior of this one is as beautiful as you would expect. As a matter of fact, its entire body is made of carbon fiber and almost all the exterior trim parts are made from aluminum of consistently high quality. Due to its sophisticated upholstery, passengers could have a good seating position and optimum seat comfort with this car. There are also three types of seats available in this Bugatti Chiron which are comfortable.
The fastest Bugatti Chiron
There’s tons more to talk about when it comes to Bugatti Chiron. First, this Chiron is powered by an upgraded quad-turbocharged engine. With its unique eight-liter W16 engine, it can reach a maximum torque of 1,600 Nm at 2,000 to 6,000 rpm. It also has a power output of 1,500 HP. This Chiron runs faster than other models, as it can accelerate from 0-to-60 mph less than 2.5 seconds. On top of that, it can reach a maximum speed of 260 mph that is significantly above the record currently held by Bugatti. With the adaptive suspension that allows the ground clearance to alter at speed, everyone could feel safe while driving this car. Thus, this Bugatti Chiron is worth a ride to be explored. However, there is another model of Bugatti at GP Luxury car hire that people can lease. While awaiting the availability of this Chiron, you can rent the Bugatti Veyron.
If you want a car with over 1,001 horsepower and have one and a quarter-million dollars to burn, the Bugatti Veyron may be for you. An exclusive club indeed, the car will reach up to 250 miles per hour. Until recently hitting 200 MPH was a near-impossible achievement for a production car.
The bad news is that if you drive the car daily you’ll likely spend as much money on gas each year as you did for the car. This probably isn’t so important though as the only people that can afford one are oil Sheiks and oil company executives.
Somehow I think Tom is going to come by my desk soon and ask for a raise as his Viper seems to be getting (relatively) slower every year. What he doesn’t realize yet is that his sports car fund is about to be drained as he’ll be making weekly diaper and formula runs soon.
The Bugatti Veyron’s birth was not an easy one, that it came to be because one day Volkswagen tsar Ferdinand Piech had a dream: to provide the world with a car that had 1000bhp, cost one million euros and could do over 400km/h (250mph). To begin with the brief seemed impossible but in Piech’s mind, not something that couldn’t happen.
By 1999 there was a styling proposal and even an engine of sorts, initially with 18 cylinders. By 2000 the styling was clearer and the powerplant had been reduced to 16 cylinders, effectively two 4.0-litre VW V8s. A year later VW announced it was indeed going to build the Veyron and that it would have 1001PS (987bhp) and do over 400km/h. Then the real trouble started.
The Veyron Super Sport redefines what’s physically possible in a car with numberplates
The engineers knew that to announce a car with such huge power and speed claims was one thing, but that to make it was entirely another. For a year and a half they tried, and for a year and a half they failed, until eventually Bugatti’s boss, Dr Neuman, was ‘removed.’
Then a new leadership team was brought in in late 2003, Dr Wolfgang Schreiber arriving as the new chief engineer. Having previously been in charge of transmissions at VW/Audi he was the bloke responsible for the original DSG gearboxes.
A few months after that Thomas Bscher, merchant banker, Le Mans race driver and well-known financial trouble-shooter, was appointed as president, having been head-hunted personally by then VW boss Bernd Pischetsrieder.
Then years later and having changed or re-engineered an incredible 95 per cent of the components, the Veyron became reality. And all of Dr Piech’s original dynamic targets had been hit.
Fast forward a decade and the Veyron’s successor made it from paper to production in the form of a 1479bhp, a 260mph plus evolution – otherwise known as the Bugatti Chiron.