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Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron

The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with in excess of 1001 horsepower, in either the metric or SAE scale (see below), though several faster or more expensive street-legal vehicles have been produced on a limited basis (though not full production), such as the Hennessey Venom 1000TT which has a claimed (and unproven) top speed of 255mph.[1] The Bugatti Veyron reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the French Bugatti marque. It is named after French racing driver Pierre Veyron, who won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1939 while racing for the original Bugatti firm.

Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti EB 16.4 Veyron specifications
Top Speed: 406 km/h
0-100 kph: 3.0 secs.
Power: 1001 HP
Engine: 8.0 liter quad-turbo W16

Bugatti Veyron Cars

This exotic supercar features a 7-speed dual clutch sequential manual gearbox. It has reached it's full production in September 2005. In four-five years, Bugatti Automobiles SAS (owned by Volkswagen AG) is predicting to have already produced and sold around 300 Veyron supercar units. Buyers are extremely interested in this powerful exotic car and orders are being taken already for this ultimate conversation beast (after all there aren't that many cars with engines that produce 1001 horsepower), priced at $1,175,000. According to Forbes magazine, Bugatti Veyron is 2006's most expensive car, that you theoretically can buy from manufacturer (auctions of old classic cars excluded), however such exotic automobiles are usually released as limited edition and only a few famous celebrities are presented with an opportunity to purchase.


Bugatti originally planned to build 300 Veyrons over five years. In March 2006, Bugatti president Bscher claimed to have 70 firm orders, selling out 14 months of production. In response, the company is reportedly speeding up production, with all 70 cars expected to be built in 2006. Bscher also reported that 14 cars have been completed. It is not clear how many are in the hands of customers. Recent media reports indicate that over one half of the 300 cars to be produced have been sold.

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