While a select few cars, particularly those from Koenigsegg, can rival the Veyron and potentially the new Chiron from a performance standpoint, none can match the refinement and ease-of-use offered by the Bugatti.
Although the Chiron’s performance stats remain a mystery, it is expected to become the world’s fastest production car and as this video proves, will be just as polished and elegant on the move as its predecessor, even under heavy acceleration.
Launching the car seems just as easy as a Toyota Corolla. As this driver shows, you barely need to hold on to the steering wheel as everything is so smooth – and braking seems just as uneventful. In fact, the Chiron can be brought to a stop without even having your hands on the wheel.
What makes this so impressive are the incredible forces the Chiron can pull while accelerating and braking. If reports prove accurate, there’s a possibility Chiron’s will be able to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 2.5 seconds and go on to hit around 458 km/h (285 mph).
Those numbers come courtesy of the quad-turbo, 8.0-liter, W16 engine pumping out 1,500 hp, 300 hp more than the current world’s fastest production car, the Veyron Super Sport.
A video posted by Only Bugatti Chirons (@onlychirons) on Oct 21, 2016 at 8:07pm PDT