The Bugatti Veyron is the fastest production car in the world. The maximum speed, which was set on it in 2010, is 431 km / h.
- This legendary car was named after the French driver Pierre Veyron, winner of the 1939 24-hour race at Le Mans.
- The Bugatti Veyron is also one of the most expensive cars in the world. Prices for it start at 1.4 million euros, although there are also much more expensive modifications. Some of them are limited to just a single copy.
- The fuel consumption of this vehicle is enormous. At wide open throttle, it is 125 liters per 100 km. paths: this is the price of record speed. Few cars can boast of such results.
- It only takes 10 seconds for this vehicle, traveling at maximum speed, to come to a complete stop. At the same time, the driver does not even need to hold on to the steering wheel: during braking, the car does not move at all from its rectilinear trajectory.
- The power of the Bugatti Veyron engine, according to various sources, ranges from 1020 to 1040 horsepower. However, the officially announced power is 1001 hp. 10 radiators are used to cool it.
- Alpine cow leather is used for the interior trim, which graze at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level, since there are no mosquitoes and there are no minor imperfections in the skin. More than 20 animal skins are used for the interior of one car.
- In order to fully imagine the high cost of the car, it is worth noting that the Bugatti Veyron transmission alone is more expensive than the Porshe 911, and the brake discs are more expensive than the Volkswagen Golf.