Bugatti Veyron Sport Cars Review

The Bugatti Veyron SuperSport has set a new production car land speed record, hitting 267mph at VW’s Ehra-Lessien proving ground. 267mph. A new version of the vehicle, called the Super Sport, smashed the previous world record of 256mph set by a SSC Ultimate Aero in 2007.
Bugatti test driver Pierre Henri Raphanel piloted the super car over two runs at Volkswagen’s test track in Ehra-Leissien, Germany for the land speed record attempt.

Bugatti has also redesigned the car’s bodywork, with an all carbon fibre shell, reducing weight. The standard Veyron’s top speed was famously put to the test on the BBC’s Top Gear programme. The Super Sport will begin production this autumn at Molsheim along with the Veyron and the Grand Sport. Bugatti has sold 260 Veyrons and 35 Grand Sports.


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