Bugatti Veyron Super Sport 16.4 displayed at Paris Motor Show 2010 edition has some very elegant and in the same time unbelievable features. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is the fastest sports car ever produced in the world- and this is not the opinion of its manufacturers, but the belief of Guinness Book representatives.
The Guiness Book team was the first to admire the new Bugatti Veyron Super Sport 16.4 on the road. And the super car did not disappoint them, succeeding to reach a maximum speed of 434 km/h on the Ehra-Lessien – Volkswagen Group test track. The Germans put all their trust in their new creation, and before exposing it, they wished to test the super car- so that they would be sure of its performances.
This record has been facilitated by the new power levels the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport 16.4 now reaches, thus by the 16 cylinder engine releasing 1200 bhp and 1500 Nm. The power increase with 20% was possible by changing the four turbo units with larger ones. In addition, to cope with the massive force released by the engine, the manufacturers have carefully tuned the chassis and equipped the super car with special suspensions, having a complex architecture, originally designed for racing models.
The dynamic impressions offered by Bugatti Veyron Super Sport 16.4 rival with the sensation provided by the most dangerous roller coasters in the world, Super Sport generating lateral acceleration of 1.4 G. The maximum speed of the series fireball reaches 415 km/h, as the tires will not be able to resist very long to the speed achieved on the circuit.
In terms of aesthetics, Bugatti Veyron Super Sport differs from the other Bugatti previous models, presenting some new details which have, in the first place, a functional role such as: the new ceiling incorporating NACA vents, larger outputs in the front side of the car and the redesigned rear diffuser. Of course, the obvious change brought to the new Bugatti Veyron Super Sport 16.4 is represented by the two-color theme of the body, the kit being orange and the top colored in black. The interior of this impressive super car has also been modified in order to match the exterior color scheme.
The fastest car at Paris Motor Show 2010 will be produced in a limited series of only 30 units, its price equaling its performances- between 1.5 and 1.65 million euros without taxes, 400,000 euros more expensive than the “classic” Buggati Veyron.