Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is once again the fastest production car in the world

Article by Christian A., on April 16, 2013

The Guinness Records organization released an official statement to say that after a comprehensive review with several external experts, it is confirming that the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport holds the record of ‘fastest production car’ in the world. There was a recent controversy on whether this car qualified under the Guinness World Records’ rules.

Its claim was being disputed since the model that was shipped to buyers had a speed limiter to keep it at only 258 mph while the car that set the record had this limiter removed. Some had reasoned out that the factors considered for a “production” vehicle are its number of units sold and produced.

A strong contender for the title was the 1244 hp Hennessey Venom GT, which was tested at a venue different from the Bugatti, which was tested in Germany on VW’s private high-speed track.

The Guinness organization’s review focused on what is considered to be a change to a car’s standard specification. After examining all the required information, Guinness World Records has been satisfied that changing the speed limiter doesn’t amend the fundamental design of the car or its engine.

Every aspect of this vehicle, as well as its utilization of cutting-edge motorsport technology, can be traced back to the relentless attitude of company founder Ettore Bugatti. This clever designer came from a family of artists, and his belief was always to mix mechanical precision and exterior elegance. This principle is alive and well at the organization, and the new Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is entirely indisputable, with each external alteration serving to cajole enhanced performance from the vehicle.

The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport's flat, extended outline is undoubtedly distinguishable. The 16-cylinder engine obtains its air from two NACA ducts assimilated into the roof, instead of scoops over the engine. The front air intakes have been extended and remade, with the lower one stretching out exquisitely around the sides to the wheel arch. The renovated back looks more athletic because of the double diffuser and a centrally arranged exhaust system.

Bugatti has a custom of producing super-sport renditions of famous models, normally with racing chassis and supercharged engines. These vehicles were considered as legitimate racing machines for diehard Bugatti aficionados. The most prominent were the type 55 and type 57S with just around forty of each manufactured.

Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. has retailed 260 Veyrons and 35 Grand Sports by now, of which 249 Veyrons and 22 Grand Sports had been furnished. The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport will commence production in the autumn of 2010 at Molsheim with the Veyron and the Grand Sport. The first five vehicles - known as the World Record Edition - are in an exceptional black exposed carbon and orange covering and have already been retailed.

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