Bugatti Veyron’s Successor Chiron to Have Top Speed of 467 Km/h

Will go from 0-100 km/h in 2.2 seconds and the speedometer goes all the way to 500 km/h.

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Bugatti Chiron. (Photo Courtesy: Facebook/<a href="">Bugatti</a>)

What’s faster than a Bugatti?

The answer is simple – another Bugatti.

When the first Bugatti Veyron entered the world of automobiles, it caused a ruckus that echoes in the nightmares of every ‘’fast’’ supercar maker in the world, even today.

It managed to do what no one else could, it took the occupants of the car to a mind-bending 407 km/h. Then, Bugatti came out with the Veyron Super Sport, which pushed the limits and had mind-blowing top speed of 431 km/h.

If you think that is as fast as it gets, then Bugatti is all set to prove you wrong with the Bugatti Chiron, which is expected to hit speeds of up to 467 km/h.

According to ProDriver, a Czech magazine, the Veyron’s successor will hit the speeds of 467 km/h.

It is expected to be powered by an 8-litre W16 engine, that churns out a sweet 1,500 hp of power and 1,500 Nm of Torque. This makes the car quick, 0-100 km/h in 2.2 seconds quick.

Bugatti will reportedly make 500 Chirons and has already sold 130, prior to its launch.

If you are planning to buy one, you might want to know the price – 2 million euros.

Oh and a fun fact, the speedometer goes all the way to 500 km/h.

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