Bugatti Chiron is the successor of the famous Bugatti Veyron, who was one of the fastest and most luxurious of the world vehicles. The Chiron seems to overcome him in both subjects, although never really we have been at the controls of either of them; a real shame. The latest model of Bugatti pays no less than 499 HP more than its predecessor, and that the base of the engine was identical.
Officially presented at the Geneva Auto show last, Bugatti Chiron soon build up an high number of orders, estimating that 500 units which are planned to be marketed last much less in the market than the 500 of the Bugatti Veyron, which took a decade to be completely sold. Bugatti is currently manufacturing a Chiron for each week, but starting new year must increase that number.
At the moment, the Bugatti Chiron already accumulated over 200 applications since its launch. This means that, with a production of a car a week, now the waiting list is approximately three years. As says Wolfgang Dürheimer, head of the company, “the demand has been incredible and they are not the type of customers who like to wait too long for your new car.” Although it doesn’t matter you too wait, three years is too long. For this, the next year will produce 65 vehicles annual, that will reduce slightly that long time of waiting.
I wouldn’t have paid more than 2 million euros and have to wait 3 years for a car already paid. More even if we know that is is of a Bugatti Chiron, with its engine W16 of 8 liters and four turbos, yielding 1,500 CV and 1,600 Nm; numbers that allow you to go from 0 to 100 in 2.5 seconds and circular to 420 km/h, if there is any straight line so long on this planet that allows to achieve such speed.
Source – coach