You have heard of the Bugatti Chiron to the title 1479bhp the figure, but this is the more surprising, the numbers behind the new hypercar.
185bhp per litre
The Bugatti Chiron, the quad engine W16 engine produces 185bhp per litre. With eight liters in total, the last figure rises to 1479bhp. It is 492bhp more than the Veyron.
591lb ft per ton
The 1995kg Chiron has 1179lb ft of torque in total, or 591lb ft per tonne on the offer. The dwarves of the output of even the Ferrari 488 GTB, which can only hold a relatively lean 211lb ft per ton of its twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8.
Despite its near two-tonne weight, the Chiron can accelerate from 0-62mph in less than 2.5 seconds.
The all-wheel drive monster can then push past 124mph just 4.0 seconds later before exceeding 186mph in less than 13.6 sec which is 0.1 sec less than it does a Nissan Note to reach 62mph.
The Chiron has a top speed of 261mph, which is 7mph faster than the Veyron’s terminal velocity and 11 mph faster than the takeoff speed of the Concorde.
The Chiron can drink 7.4 single shot glasses of gasoline per second. For those who prefer the entire figure, which means that it can empty its 100-litre tank in nine minutes when driving flat.
If you are looking for a fuel-sipping environmentally friendly the car, you are in exactly the wrong place. Official CO2 emissions are measured at a huge 516g/km and claimed fuel economy is only 12.5 mpg.
Each gram of rubber in the Chiron tires can withstand a centrifugal force of 3800g, which is more than the tires of a Formula 1 car can manage.
New turbochargers in the Chiron are operated in a two-step process; in the course of the step is just two function first, with the other two to join to boost the performance when the engine speed rises above 3800rpm.
The average Bugatti Chiron, owner has 64 other cars, three helicopters, three jets and a yacht. They lead their Chiron an average of 1550 kms per year.
In the process of development, 310,500 miles have been tortured up to 30 test vehicles to hone the Chiron.