The World Final Bugatti Veyron Supercar

In 1998, Volkswagen decided to resurrect the famous name Bugatti, and announced that his first new car, called the Veyron would be the car fastest production road than ever, with a top speed that dwarfs the mighty McLaren F1. Veyron is the name of a French Bugatti racing driver of the 1930s, which won Le Mans in 1939 in a Bugatti 57C. However, although the car's name was firmly fixed in the past, Bugatti would have to push the boundaries and limits of automotive technology to achieve their goals.

To achieve a maximum speed of 253 mph Veyron is powered by a 8.3 liter W16, W configuration is obtained by combining two separate Crankshaft V8. To contain the torque 1250NM the product engine Bugatti turned to the specialized gear manufacturer Ricardo in Britain, which came with a seven-speed gearbox exchange Direct dual clutch controlled by paddles behind the wheel. The continuous shift system allows the Veyron to reach sixty in just 2.4 seconds.

After designing an engine and gearbox that could lead them to their maximum speed awaited Bugatti necessary to ensure that the Veyron had brakes and tires suitable for dealing with extraordinary forces that might occur. Michelin road tires runflat product capable of surviving the maximum speed 253 mph, while the silicon carbide reinforced carbon brakes and a huge rear wing, which acts as an airbrake above 124 mph, assured that the Veyron can reach a stop from 249 mph in just 10 seconds.

Throughout the Veyron easy to see why this supercar weighs over 1.8 tonnes. It contains all the luxuries you would expect in a luxury sedan, including exquisite leather finish for the seats and surrounds and custom aluminum controls for the car lights and sound system. The owner also receives a special speed key, which retracts the rear wing, closes the front air vents and lower the ride height 6.5 cm in preparation for a high-speed race.

Externally, the Veyron is like the original concept of the car, even though much of its content and form was motivated by the need for high speed stability and cooling. For example, the powerful xenon lamp which is used to cut through the darkness can be retro-fitted to an old car and the work is as simple as removing standard car lamps and put some new Xenon instead.

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