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Bugatti Chiron Tagged As World's Most Powerful and Fastest Car

The world now has a new fastest, most powerful and perhaps most absurd motor vehicle.

Most powerful and Fastest Car in the world

Meet the Bugatti Chiron, the 1,500 horsepower, £1.8 million equivalent to NGN 693 million successor to the also-ludicrous Bugatti Veyron, which was retired in 2015. Lol!
Announced at the Geneva Motorshow, the Chrion is powered by an 8.0-litre, 7993cc W16 engine with four turbos. With 1,180lb-ft of torque, the Chiron weighs just 1995kg -- which means it will accelerate to 60MPH (100km/h) in just 2.5 seconds, and will reach a limited 261MPH (420km/h) top speed if you were ever legally allowed to drive it that fast outside of a racetrack, which you will not ever do.

The Veyron, by contrast, had just 1,000 horsepower when it launched in 2005, making the Chiron up to 25 percent as powerful again as its predecessor.

"It is part of human nature to cross boundaries and set new records, to run 100 metres faster than ever before, to fly even further into space and to enter new realms. This striving is also our driving force at Bugatti," said Bugatti Automobiles president Wolfgang Dürheimer, Business Insider reported.
The world now has a new fastest, most powerful and perhaps most absurd motor vehicle.

Most powerful and Fastest Car in the world

Meet the Bugatti Chiron, the 1,500 horsepower, £1.8 million equivalent to NGN 693 million successor to the also-ludicrous Bugatti Veyron, which was retired in 2015. Lol!
Announced at the Geneva Motorshow, the Chrion is powered by an 8.0-litre, 7993cc W16 engine with four turbos. With 1,180lb-ft of torque, the Chiron weighs just 1995kg -- which means it will accelerate to 60MPH (100km/h) in just 2.5 seconds, and will reach a limited 261MPH (420km/h) top speed if you were ever legally allowed to drive it that fast outside of a racetrack, which you will not ever do.

The Veyron, by contrast, had just 1,000 horsepower when it launched in 2005, making the Chiron up to 25 percent as powerful again as its predecessor.

"It is part of human nature to cross boundaries and set new records, to run 100 metres faster than ever before, to fly even further into space and to enter new realms. This striving is also our driving force at Bugatti," said Bugatti Automobiles president Wolfgang Dürheimer, Business Insider reported.