The French auto maker Bugatti has redefined the concept of the fast car by producing the elegant and powerful Bugatti Chiron. This car has set the world of going from standstill to 400 km/h (249 mph) and back to zero in mere 41.96 seconds, making it the fastest car in the world.
The company shared the video of the great achievement where we can see the Juan Pablo Montoya, Indy 500 winner and ex-F1 racer behind the wheel. Wolfgang Dürheimer, President of Bugatti Automobiles said in a statement:
“Bugatti is the first car brand that not only calculates how fast a car can go from zero to 400 to zero on a computer. We actually drove it. Where others are satisfied with theory, we validate our data with real-life values. Just like we did with the Chiron.”
The Bugatti Chiron is powered by an 8.0 liter, 1,500 horsepower quad-turbo W-16 engine that is hooked up to a seven-speed twin-clutch gearbox and all-wheel-drive. The beast costs around $3 million