Bugatti Chiron Sport specs
|Price in US||$3,273,000 - $3,710,850|
|Curb weight||1978-2061 kg (4361-4544 lbs)|
|Dimensions||4.54 m (179 in) long, 2.04 m (80 in) wide, 1.21 m (48 in) high|
|Wheelbase||2.71 m (107 in)|
|0 - 100 kph||2.4 s|
|0 - 200 kph||6.1 s|
|0 - 300 kph||13.1 s|
|Est. 100 - 200 kph||3.7 s|
|Est. 200 - 300 kph||7.0 s|
|0 - 30 mph||1.1 s|
|0 - 40 mph||1.5 s|
|0 - 50 mph||2.0 s|
|0 - 60 mph||2.4 s|
|0 - 70 mph||2.8 s|
|0 - 80 mph||3.3 s|
|0 - 90 mph||3.8 s|
|0 - 100 mph||4.4 s|
|0 - 110 mph||5.1 s|
|0 - 120 mph||5.8 s|
|0 - 130 mph||6.5 s|
|0 - 140 mph||7.6 s|
|0 - 150 mph||8.6 s|
|0 - 160 mph||9.6 s|
|0 - 170 mph||10.9 s|
|0 - 180 mph||12.4 s|
|0 - 200 mph||15.7 s|
|Est. 1/8 mile||6.3 s @ 126.8 mph|
|1/4 mile||9.4 s @ 158.0 mph|
|Top speed||420 kph (261 mph)|
|Est. max acceleration||1.23 g (12 m/s²)|
|Lateral acceleration||1.06 g (10 m/s²)|
|70 mph - 0||49 m (160 ft)|
|Noise @ idle||61 dB|
|Noise @ 70 mph||75 dB|
|Engine type||W16 Quad Turbo|
|Displacement||8.0 l (488 ci)|
|Power||1500 ps (1479 bhp / 1103 kw) @ 6700 rpm|
|Torque||1600 Nm (1180 lb-ft) @ 6000 rpm|
|Power / liter||187 ps (185 hp)|
|Power / weight||742 ps (732 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||792 Nm (584 lb-ft) / t|
|Transmission||7-speed dual-clutch transmission|
|Layout||middle engine, all wheel drive|
Chiron Sport competition
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Bugatti4Life 1d ago
hostboy 1m ago
My estimations show that a standard Chiron can lap around the 'ring in 7:02. It's slower than a Dodge Viper VX I ACR and barely faster than a Chevy Corvette C7 ZR1, but that doesn't mean it's a slug. In fact, Bugatti created the Sport version to improve on its enhancements. It's basically Pur Sport lite. This is actually even lighter than the Chiron and possibly on par with Pur Sport (in my theory anyway) because it doesn't contain that crazy exterior downforce kit. Bugatti just chooses not to say HOW MUCH lighter the Chiron Sport actually is compared to the Chiron because they want to keep THAT part a secret ;)
(((20600m/(300km/h/((240m)x0.3048m))x(2610kg/1322hp)/1.4g)x0.0095)x1.3 for regular Chiron = 7:02
(((20600m/(300km/h/((240m)x0.3048m))x(2610kg/1322hp)/1.4g)x0.0095)x1.25 for Sport Chiron = 6:46 (slower than Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series C290 and Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, but faster than Porsche 911 991 GT2 RS Weissach Pack without the special order Manthey Racing kit)
hostboy 1m ago
@FastestLaps if the Z07 is just a "trim package" for the Z06 then this too should be deleted
hostboy 3m ago
Delete this or redirect it to the original Chiron page. It's not significant enough to separate and it has the same exact identical powertrain. The Sport version only has a lighter chassis.
TypeF173 4m ago
Car and Driver Magazine Speedometer/Vbox
So 0.6 seconds quicker (subject to final testing) from 60MPH to 130MPH and then it's go time! Nearly two seconds quicker to 200MPH.
Notes~ Car and Driver Magazine BCS figures INCLUDE rollout the speedometer readings do not.
To~ 400km/h she could be 4/5/6 seconds quicker than the standard specifications Bugatti Chiron.
Let's work on 6~
32.6~ 6= 26.6 seconds as a very quick off the cuff calculation. Still quicker than Bugatti states!
Edit: Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds BC 60-220MPH= 18 seconds GPS! Car and Driver Magazine BCSS= 17 seconds!
LOL!, I'm sure she's good for a whole lot better, but perhaps not the 22/23 wed or should I say I originally calculated, but they WERE based on Ehra-Lessien benchmarking.
TypeF173 4m ago
@Hopplemoppel123, mate I know the above figures are from the Car and Driver Magazine Bugatti Chiron test last year. But are ALL those numbers from that test? I mean I saw saw basic numbers to 60, 100MPH but don't remember ever seeing a complete set?
Also where's the 0-190MPH number? Have you got the scans? Please!
TypeF173 5m ago
Bugatti Chiron (NOT) Supersport= 296MPH!
Height= 1132mm including 80mm reduction top speed mode
Frontal area= 2038x1132x86%= 21.536sq ft and 1.984sq m converted from mm.
Formula Kyle's Engineers YouTube ex Formula One Aerodynamicist.
C/D ratio= 0.36 as per Bugatti top speed
Power= 1561hp dyno resulting
Torque= 1800NM rounded resulting from dyno
Transmission loss= 11%
Air drag factors
Both calculated by the software~ NOT my numbers
= 1404hp = result @296MPH!
There are Sources stating that the C/D figure in top speed mode is actually 0.35 and I'm sure I've read these factors before.
So assuming EVERYTHING as above it would yield @298MPH!
These are CALCULATIONS and things like Weather will play havoc with these numbers. These are THEORETICAL too, real World application would usually indicate slightly lower speeds.
But after taking in recent new information and factoring it in to the above, I am CONVINCED at Ehra Lessien the standard specifications Bugatti Chiron would best BOTH the Koenigsegg Agera RS and the the SSC Tuatara current productions record. No doubt about it, but I am NOT stating it will accelerate as quickly as those cars. Talking strictly top speed tests. But it wouldn't be by a huge amount. It'd be very tight indeed.
This research is ALSO indicating that the decision to implement the Supersport project was critically correct. And factors such as power, aerodynamics and longer gearing were definitely required.
Bugatti managed a 299.9XMPH and a 304.773MPH with the pre production prototype. It would have been VERY difficult, but I believe Andy Wallace could have piloted a two way average of just over 300MPH. But obviously not 500km/h.
Anyway enough. I just had to get it all onto "paper", my notepads were getting full!
(*mistakes occur and are accepted and corrected.)
And this will be my LAST set of calculations for the base specifications model. There's nothing else to state.
Edit: I've said what I need to state on the Bugatti Chiron Supersport/300+ top speed also above.
I'll be focusing on acceleration for the SS as she nears production completion.
Thing is WTF do I do then? :(
196ss 5m ago
"The Model S Plaid is quick. How quick? With a 9.4-second time slip, as quick as the Chiron, but the EV traps slower at 151 mph. It's worth noting that we test cars—EV or gasser—with a full tank, so there's a chance the Chiron could burn through enough fuel to unify the quarter-mile title. While internal-combustion cars can get quicker as they burn off fuel, no EV will as its state of charge drops. And we don't bend testing protocols to suit a car. Now we just need to get our hands on a Rimac."
So it turns out that 9.4 quartermile and 200 mph in 15.7 were achieved with a full tank, which is about +75 kg (100 liters)!
If you drop 70 kg, it's about:
1/4 mile - 9.3@160
0-200 mph - 15.2 seconds
TypeF173 6m ago
Quote>"Bugatti Expands Presence in United Kingdom with New Manchester Showroom."
Quote>"The historic city of Manchester – England’s second-largest – is the country’s northern hub of innovation, art, and music, renowned for its architecture and diverse population. It has long been a melting pot of excellence; birthplace of Alan Turing and Emmeline Pankhurst, and home to two of the world’s most famous football clubs. Now it has welcomed Bugatti as the French luxury marque establishes a new physical presence in the region."
Molshiem comes to Manchester. A must visit!
flt158 7m ago
Hand out the tissues!
There are only 40 Chirons left for sale
TypeF173 10m ago
Geneva 2016 2.5/6.5/13.6 seconds for the three 100km/h figures.
2017 2.4/6.1/13.1 and 32.6 achieving manufacturer claims for the first three with NO bullshit claims for the 4th.
Verified. Job done.
TypeF173 10m ago
190MPH in the 1/2 standing mile. Rolls Royce hypercars. And I've just realised who the owner of the car is! Hahahahahahaha!
TypeF173 10m ago
227.19MPH 1/2 mile. Smooth as butter. Not a Cornflakes box with NVH issues.
TypeF173 1y ago
Quote>""Porsche is currently preparing a partnership that’s going to be under discussion with Rimac, and Porsche will be taking care of that," Diess told watchers of the Volkswagen Group’s online media conference earlier this week. "The whole thing isn't yet finalized. What we want to do is transition responsibility of Bugatti to Porsche, and Porsche in all probability will establish a joint venture with Rimac, with a minority share of Porsche."
Now HONESTLY this makes FAR more sense than the original (that I knew were bullshit anyway as Volkswagen or Porsche or Bugatti or Rimac said NOTHING!) rumours last year. Think of the possibilities for Bugatti under Porsche's direct control! For dynamically advanced cars! Synthetic fuels to increase the lifespan of the W16's. Electric architecture and even platforms from Rimac!
Now THIS as a Bugattisti I can definitely very much welcome!
Vive la Marque! :)
TypeF173 1y ago
Quote>"But the data-logger records it: 262.84 miles per hour."
Well every little helps! :)
TypeF173 1y ago
Quote>"I think it could EASILY go 440km/h or 450km/h , Winkelmann told CarAdvice at the Monterey Car Week in California."
That's a direct quote from Stephan Winkleman current Bugatti President. I'm not arguing with those figures. :)
And he stresses the word EASILY so there's definitely more in the tank. :)
Thiago_Lins 1y ago
CAR AND DRIVER TEST
60 mph: 2.4 sec
100 mph: 4.4 sec
130 mph: 6.5 sec
150 mph: 8.6 sec
200 mph: 15.7 sec
1/4 mile: 9.4 sec @ 158 mph
SpeedKing 2y ago
This is the closest you'll get to something resembling an independent test of any Chiron. You gotta love the tape covering the dials to ensure you don't get max power JIC it crashes lol
Hoppelmoppel123 2y ago
Great image xD
Cauf40f50 2y ago
Why the image looks squashed