Bugatti Chiron (2016)


The appearance of another miracle from Bugatti company – hypercar Chiron, the successor of the legendary Veyron model – has become the main sensation of the entire 2016 year.

The car, claiming to be the fastest conqueror of public roads in the world, has retained defining features of the engine and components of its predecessor, but otherwise has become completely new. In total the Manufacturer will release 500 copies of the supercar which will be sold at a starting price of 2.4 million euros.

Even at a casual glance Bugatti Chiron seduces by its appearance, which is dominated by a more rigorous and aggressive lines than it was in the previous model. The supercar not only has improved its aerodynamics characteristics, but now looks really beautiful and impressive.

In all dimensions Bugatti Chiron is superior to its predecessor and has 4544 mm in length, 2711 mm of which fall to a distance between the wheel pairs, 1212 mm in height and 2038 mm in width. In the “battle” state the car weighs 1995 kg.


The interior of Chiron is decorated to match the exterior, but is not overloaded with unnecessary elements. Finishing Materials used inside the car are of exceptional quality super expensive: high-class leather, alcantara, polished aluminum and carbon fiber with a unique coating reducing the reflected noise.

The salon of the supercar is double-seated: the driver and his passenger get into the dense embrace of bucket seats with carbon fiber base and mechanical settings. The novelty can also boast a modicum of practicality: refrigerated glove box allows you to store drinks, medium-sized bags and other items behind the seats or in the front luggage compartment.


The main “weapon” of Bugatti Chiron is an 8.0-liter W16 petrol unit, which gives birth to the incredible 1 500 “mares”. A truly impressive thrust of 1600 Nm the engine generates at from 2000 rev / min.

From zero to 100 km / h the hypercar “is catapulted” in  2.5 seconds, in less than 6.5 seconds it gains the second “hundred”, leaving behind the mark of 300 km / h in 13.6 seconds. The maximum speed of the vehicle is electronically limited to 420 km / h, but it could in theory be dispersed up to 463 km / h.

Bugatti Chiron is able to operate in five different modes (Auto, Lift, Handling, Autobahn and Top Speed), which enable you to change the stiffness of shock absorbers, suspension height, the force on the “steering wheel”, as well as the drive operation, the braking system and active aerodynamics.

“The Auto” mode allows the “brain” of the car to select settings at their own discretion, “Lift” mode is designed to overcome the “speed bumps” and is designed for speed not exceeding 50 km / h, “the Autobahn” is automatically activated when you reach 180 km / h making the suspension more comfortable, «Handling» is focused on driving the track. And the «Top Speed» mode is created to achieve the maximum speed of Bugatti Chiron.