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Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+, 304 mph

In August 2019, the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ reached 304.77 mph. The 3.1 million pound car has yet to gain European Type Approval, but forgive us this small transgression for a turnover.

Replacing the Veyron, the Chiron had strengthened engine internals and its four turbochargers increased in size, resulting in an output of 1479 hp. The 300+ went even further, with a 1578 hp increase and a 9.8-inch longer rear end with a narrower fender helping it exceed the triple ton mark.

You know, I’ll tell you, this “stock” Chiron feels fast. I do three rolling starts at full throttle from 30 mph, the rear wheels nibbling slightly and clipping at 150 mph each time before having to brake hard for turns. Objectively, engaging all four turbos is so much easier than in the Veyron, with a stratospheric low-end performance boost.

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This notice was published: 2022-05-15 05:01:23

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