Bugatti Chiron Replaces The Veyron

Bugatti Chiron Confirmed As Name Of Supposedly $2.5 Million Veyron Successor

Bugatti, the high-end French auto manufacturer has confirmed the next Veryon successor will be named Chiron after the racing driver Louis Chriron.

The car will debut at the Geneva Motor show next year on February 29, 2016.

Bugatti President Dürheimer outlined in a news released that the company “wanted to make the best significantly better” and that the Chiron will be “the world’s most powerful, fastest, most luxurious and most exclusive production super sports car.”



Now that’s impressive.

A few prototypes have already been produced but they are still doing some final test on them. Not many more details are known at the time but it is rumored that this beast will be packed with 1,500 horsepower and 1,100 foot pounds of torque.

Now wait to hear this…

The Bugatti Chiron is expected to reach 62 mph in just 2.3 seconds and 186 mph in under 15!

Bugatti has already confirmed they have taken over 100 pre-orders already.

We can’t wait to hear more details about the car. We’ll make sure and share the updates as we receive them.

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