Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

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Bugatti revealed its brand new Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, its latest addition to the Veyron lineup, and this product will be marketed in August at the Pebble Beach Concours. It is also said that this edition will be manufactured in a limited edition of just 30 units. The first 5 units will be considered as the World Record Edition. Let’s take an in dept look at this latest edition as follows:

 


In terms of its specifications, Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is a combined two-run average of 267.9 mph (431.072 kph) with a new Veyron 16.4 Super Sport model. Applying a lightweight carbon-fiber body created with a new fiber construction and clear finish, the four-wheel-drive Super Sport is reported to weigh 110 pounds less than the standard Veyron 16.4 at 4,057 pounds. Bugatti has also run on the Veyron 16.4's engine, taking its peak power from 987 hp to 1,183 hp. In addition, torque rises from 921 lb-ft to 1,106 lb-ft.

 


Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport hits 268 mph

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport hits 268 mph

 


Offered in a special black exposed carbon and orange finish, these cars have already been purchased.

Offered in a special black exposed carbon and orange finish, these cars have already been purchased

 


Suspension upgrades, including firmer springs, larger diameter roll bars and dampers, are also said to raise the Super Sport's maximum lateral acceleration to 1.4g

Suspension upgrades, including firmer springs, larger diameter roll bars and dampers, are also said to raise the Super Sport's maximum lateral acceleration to 1.4g

 


The Super Sport also features a new fibre structure of the all-carbon monocoque that reduces weight while the skin is made entirely of carbon-fibre composites

The Super Sport also features a new fibre structure of the all-carbon monocoque that reduces weight while the skin is made entirely of carbon-fibre composites

 


The Super Sport's interior has also been revised featuring unique trim materials and colors along with special logos

The Super Sport's interior has also been revised featuring unique trim materials and colors along with special logos

 


Super Sport features a series of exterior modifications that help distinguish it from the standard Veyron

Super Sport features a series of exterior modifications that help distinguish it from the standard Veyron

 


two NACA ducts integrated into the roof, instead of the scoops above the engine, the expanded and reshaped front air intakes and redesigned engine compartment and rear bumper with a double diffuser and a new centrally arranged exhaust system

NACA ducts integrated into the roof, instead of the scoops above the engine, the expanded and reshaped front air intakes, engine compartment and rear bumper with a double diffuser and a new exhaust system

 


Bugatti's Pilote Officiel Pierre Henri Raphanel recorded a top speed of 427, 933 km/h [266.1 mph] from South to North and 434, 211 km/h [270.03 mph] in the opposite direction

Bugatti's Pilote Officiel Pierre Henri Raphanel recorded a top speed of 427, 933 km/h from South to North and 434, 211 km/h in the opposite direction

 


At the front, Bugatti has redesigned the lower air ducts, which brings them out closer to the sides where they go on along the leading edge of the front wheel arches. They are added by new ducts behind the front wheel arches designed to lessen pressure build up. One more thing, the roof also sports two new NACA-style ducts. Moreover, additional aerodynamic modifications feature a double diffuser at the rear as well as a reworked double tailpipe.

 

 

Related links:

Bugatti Veyron 16.4

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Making Waves Around the World

$ 1.7 million Bugatti Veyron's Unique Features

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This article was published on 2010/07/05