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Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1888 kg (4162 lbs)
Power / weight 635 ps (626 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 794 Nm (586 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2010
Origin country France
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Performance

Top speed 434 kph (270 mph)
0 - 80 kph 2.2 s
0 - 100 kph 2.5 s
0 - 130 kph 3.7 s
0 - 180 kph 5.9 s
0 - 200 kph 6.7 s
0 - 300 kph 14.6 s
0 - 60 mph 2.4 s
0 - 100 mph 4.9 s
0 - 150 mph 10.2 s
0 - 200 mph 22.2 s
Est. 1/8 mile 6.3 s @ 119.9 mph
1/4 mile 9.9 s @ 146.0 mph
1000 m 18.0 s @ 295.0 kph
Est. 100 - 200 kph 4.2 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph 7.9 s

More acceleration times

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type W16 quad turbo
Displacement 8.0 l (488 ci)
Power 1199 ps (1183 bhp / 882 kw) @ 6400 rpm
Torque 1500 Nm (1106 lb-ft) @ 3000 rpm
Power / liter 150 ps (148 hp)
Transmission 7
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive

Laptimes 4

Veyron 16.4 Super Sport rivals

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cosimo  6m ago

two tone na*i shepherd color ?

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vw doh! lol


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Fastedee  6m ago

I used to think you had diminished gains with every extra 100bhp not that it worked against ya...Cripes...Bwa Ha Ha Ha Haaaa#!!!. Did the hot Rod boys ever do a 1/4 in a Veyron,918 or even a 488. Fastest accelerator in the US..suure and their butts a windmill.


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saxy  6m ago

The king of bullshit


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Dodge Bro  6m ago

Challenger Demon is King now!

 

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FastestLaps  6m ago

Yes! Absolutely! Because it's more aerodynamic than Veyron and Chiron and 760 hp in real world is actually more than 1200 and 1500. Because beyond 800, every horsepower you add is working against you. It's a well known phenomena in nuclear physics, known as "the Challenger law".


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Fastedee  6m ago

King of Beers.


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TaZeMeRkzZ  8m ago

this is a dumb car the agera is way better and faster


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BR2+  9m ago

...the king of what?


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Hawkeye  9m ago

The King


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jb25600  2y ago

sophie ne répond plus ,quelqu'un peut m'aider?


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Pedro Teixeira  2y ago

Pode ser muito potente e rápido, mas para mim é um pouco feio. Qualquer Ferrari é mais bonito que este Bugatti......na minha opinião...........claro ;)


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Thiago_Lins  3y ago

100-120 mph in 6ª Autocar test?


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BR2+  4y ago

...The Aventador aint being ahead of this in any form of acceleration, And I doubt the LaFerrari either, But I am curious about that. The LaFerrari has weight and tech, But theres no getting away from that monstrous torque and 250Bhp extra, But maybe im wrong.


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Naz  4y ago

The Veyron Super sport has mental acceleration, off the lines it awesome. But the Aventador has thrust control and better overall grip off the line meaning if the had a race, the Aventador would be ahead for the first 40meters and then the SS will catch up and rip it. Although the laferrari has better acceleration, dispite the SS having a higher top speed.


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Sal30  4y ago

4,150 lbs = FAIL


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Georg  4y ago

@5ko
0 - 200 MPH = 322km/h in 22.2s
0 - 183 MPH = 295km/h in 18.0s

just read more carefully...

0 - 125 MPH = 200km/h in 6.7s


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saxy  4y ago

God, if you talking about track performance, why would you count from standing start acceleration times. Majority of the acceleration factors is in the 100-200kph range and how nimble a car is in slow corners. The 991 gt3 is faster than the 12C around a couple Tracks despite being sloop much slower to 200, 300 kph


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js  4y ago

0-160 is useless, for on a track, you will be going much faster than that on almost all tracks. The times that matter are later acceleration, like 0-200, or 0-300. Ferrari has a history of understating statistics. For whatever reason they do so, I don't know, but they do. Ferrari claims a time of 15 seconds to 300, and less than 7 seconds to 200. So you can count on LaFerrari putting down times a bit faster than those numbers. The SS puts a time of 14.6 seconds to 300, and 6.7 to 200. My guess is it will be close. And around a track, LaFerrari and P1 will smoke the SuperSport. That 4500 pound tank won't turn like nimble 2700 pound cars derived from F1 technology. But it all comes down to function. The Veyron wants to be the fastest car in a line, and still comfortable and refined. In this, it succeeds. LaFerrari and P1 intend to be specifically the fastest cars around tracks, and in this they succeed.


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5ko  4y ago

how come 0-200 kp/h is 22,2 sec and 1000m is covered in 18 sec @ 295 kp/h exit speed ? Something is wrong with this article


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saxy  4y ago

exactly, this car competes with 1000hp hardcore monsters yet it has interior luxury of Astons and Bentleys. The 8L engine is for the sake of low end torque, reliability, etc. They could have easily made the same power with a smaller engine, and take away all the creature comforts. But that's not the point. If you want a dragster you could have just modified a cheap AWD Japanese car (remember top gear episode) to beat out all the supercars.


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dddd  4y ago

Veyron SS has the acceleration that is and always will be absolutly crazy. And it has super quality.

It is the most important. Staggering acceleration. Tremendous power.

I cant wait more for first Ferrari with tremendous power :).


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saxy  4y ago

you say the Agera R handles incredibly well, yet they haven't bothered to try to set a single lap time, or try to show high speed cornering. At least the Veyron SS has a top gear lap, beating out the Gumpert


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Antoine Griffith  4y ago

Who cares about straight line performance when you've got 882 kw (1183 bhp / 1199 ps) @ 6400 rpm LOL!
I care about the way the car handles; and the Agera handles incredibly well, no disrespect to the Veyron :)


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Georg  4y ago

Antoine dont fool around with Koenigsegg commercial videos recorded on their test track vs a other car...
Why do u think they dont make any "races" from stand still they always lunched the cars high reffing in second gear at pretty high rolling speed..nice way to take away all ADVANTAGE of the Veyron (AWD DSG Launch controll) and take away all DISADVANTAGE of the Agera R (traction from stand still) to make it even worse they raced the Veyron in handling mode with rear wing in completely up position not speed mode... nice try to blame the car of a competition company...
20 races from stand still and the Veyron would have beat the shit out of the Agera 15:5 times if a skilled driver is in the Agera


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saxy  4y ago

@ BR I can't dumb it down anymore. Maybe a video would help

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSweFaqKisk


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Antoine Griffith  4y ago

Yes, very fun, at least until you die.


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BR2+  4y ago

...That video doesn't show a damned thing.

And usually a lot of the cars that cant handle there power, tend to be the most fun, Even the Koenigsegg has loads of wheelspin from launch.


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Antoine Griffith  4y ago

Look, what's the point of power (in general) if you can't handle it... This is something the Agera does beautifully, have a look at the video below.

Many thanks,
Antoine


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Antoine Griffith  4y ago

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SywqgH7n-5g


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BR2+  4y ago

..Simply because you have Awd, does in no way mean your going to be faster at low speeds, dig, or any measurement of speed, It can help, and maybe even improve, but its not definitive.

You don't need 4 tyres moving to put down power well, or even the best, theres a lot of other variables and categorys to add in there.

or out of corners than any other car in the world

Where exactly are you getting this?..


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saxy  4y ago

...EVERYTHING you just said, Is false, and holds no ground.

The SS puts down power much quicker at low speeds (legal speeds) or out of corners than any other car in the world.

that's fact. AWD, heard of it?

The only place it's beat is at a runway


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BR2+  4y ago

@Saxy

...EVERYTHING you just said, Is false, and holds no ground.