Remember the 2011 version of the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport? For the human experience, it was pretty much a leap forward to the WOW of tomorrow and it was totally justified when it broke the records and entered the Guinness World Records for being the fastest car till date. Now, although some other similar speed models have emerged (like the Bugatti Vitesse) but these new models cannot match, even today, the power that the Bugatti Veyron Supersport came up with. Let’s see what made it so special to every car enthusiast around the globe.
The ‘Golden’ Specs
Right – this gem of a car from Bugatti has the specs of a king! With the 8.0L W16-Cylinder, 64v DOHC Quad Turbocharger engine this supercar has the best of the configuration for any real life car and especially when it was first released in 2010, it made a huge noise which doesn’t come as a surprise at all! Now, even the new Bugatti Vitesse can’t beat it but it will still lag behind in the horsepower section. Despite having the same W16 engine, the Vitesse only has a 1000hp while our celebrity has an unbeatable 1200hp – which is just enormous. With a maximum rpm of 6400 and 1106lb-ft of torque – it’s no wonder that the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport received so much recognition in its golden days. It’s now 2012 and still today this wonderful Bugatti Veyron model is holding onto its place as the fastest car in the world. But how does a car become fastest – with speed of course and let’s now see what kind of serious speed the Bugatti Veyron Supersport could generate!
The Performance of the Century!
Yes, it is the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport that made Bugatti proud and along with that turned millions of car enthusiasts crazy over it. If you look at Tom Cruise – then you will also find that he also drives a Bugatti Veyron as well – so the Hollywood stars are not out its reach! But why? The stats speak for themselves – as the Bugatti Veyron Supersport can average a record braking top speed of 268 miles per hour and that is still the fastest a car can run – even in 2012! Not to forget about the acceleration – a mind-blowing stats of hitting the 60 mph mark within 2.4 seconds. Why we shouldn’t celebrate the king – can you tell!