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Watch Bugatti Chiron Tackling the Goodwood Hill Climb
 
Bugatti Chiron Tackling the Goodwood

Spectators at the Goodwood Festival of Speed were treated to the impressive sight of the Bugatti Chiron as it made its way through the admittedly uneventful route of the Goodwood Hill Climb.





The car was driven by retired British racing driver and Le Mans star, Andy Wallace. Though he was unable to display the full potential of the Bugatti Chiron on the Goodwood Hill, still he pushed the speedometer to about 200 km/h.



Bugatti Chiron Tackling the Goodwood



The Chiron has been making public appearances through the whole of June and this counted as its third. Earlier in June, the Bugatti Chiron made rounds at the more challenging Nürburgring Circuit with none other than CEO Wolfgang Durheimer. Later, fans were thrilled with the Bugatti Chiron’s performance at Le Mans where Wolfgang Durheimer coaxed the supercar into performing better than race cars.



The Bugatti Chiron was designed to be the fastest, the most powerful and the most exclusive production sports car in the world. It comes with a 25% performance boost over its predecessor, the Veyron. The W16 engine of the Chiron is capable of generating an incredible 1,103 kW from its 8 litres of displacement. The turbochargers were produced by Bugatti inhouse team and four of them are double powered to provide maximum torque at 2,000 rpm.



The expected top speed of the Bugatti Chiron is 420 km/h. The production will be limited to 500 units, out of which 200 have already been booked.