The Bugatti veyron has been the fastest sports car up till 2015 since its production date in 2005 when compared to its prime competitors like the Porsche 918 spyder, Lamboghini Gallardo, LaFerrari and McLaren. The Veyron reshaped the supercar market with the devastating effectiveness of a sledgehammer to chipboard-it was a “No contest”!
The Bugatti Chiron 2017
The successor to the veyron was named after F1’s most successful driver Louis Chiron.
Octogenarian Volkswagen Group topman Ferdinand Piëch (the driving force behind Bugatti) has had to push the release date of the CHIRON to 2017 due to finishing touches that has to be put into the beast’s door sills.
…it will cost $2.5Million and over a hundred pre-order deposits of $200,000 has been recorded by the French car maker. Whup!! Whup!!!
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