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    Thumbs up bugatti

    asa ca sa va imbolnaviti
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    well done...

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    Masina asta are motor, iar locurile pasagerilor abia au fost puse in schema.

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    Da, e nasoala masina intradevar.... Cred ca e foarte incomod in ea deasemenea... Si cand pleci te baga in scaun... Nasoala rau :p
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    si e prea ieftina... mai bine cumpar o Dacie
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    se importa bugatti in Romania ?

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    Masina din poze a fost un concept mai bine de 5 ani. Acum este la vanzare.
    Costa doar un pic peste 1M euro.

    Este Bugatti Veyron. Este cea mai rapida, cea mai scumpa cea mai puternica si cea mai luxoasa masina de serie existenta. A fost comparata cu "concorde" al masinilor.

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    Vehicle type: mid-engine, 4-wheel-drive, 2-passenger, 2-door coupe; Base Price: $1,250,000; Engine type: quad-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 64-valve W-16, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection; Displacement: 488 cu in, 7998cc; Power (SAE net): 1001 bhp @ 6000 rpm; Torque (SAE net): 922 lb-ft @ 2200 rpm; Transmission: 7-speed manual with automated shifting and clutch; Wheelbase: 106.3 in; Length/width/height: 175.8/78.7/47.5 in; Curb weight: 4300 lb; Performance ratings (C/D est): Zero to 60 mph: 2.9 sec; Zero to 100 mph: 6.0 sec; Zero to 150 mph: 11.0 sec; Zero to 200 mph: 22.0 sec; Standing 1/4-mile: 10.8 sec @ 140 mph; Top speed (observed at governor): 253 mph; Projected fuel economy (C/D est): EPA city driving: 7 mpg; EPA highway driving: 10 mpg; Steady 253 mph: 3 mpg

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    The Veyron 16.4 (known as the EB 16/4 Veyron in concept stages) is the most powerful and expensive production car in the world. It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary, Bugatti Automobiles SAS, and is sold under the legendary Bugatti marque. It is named for famed Bugatti racing driver, Pierre Veyron who won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1939.

    Development of the Veyron began with the 1999 EB 18/4 "Veyron" concept car. Introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show, it was similar in design and appearance to the final Veyron production car. One major difference was the EB 18/4's use of a W18 engine with three banks of six cylinders. The Veyron was designed by Hartmut Warkuss of Volkswagen rather than Giorgetto Giugiaro of ItalDesign who had handled the three prior Bugatti concepts.

    VW chairman, Ferdinand PiŽch, announced the production Veyron at the 2001 Geneva Motor Show. It was promised to be the fastest, most-powerful, and most-expensive car in history. Instead of the W18, the production model would use a VR6-style W16. First seen in the 1999 Bentley HunaudiŤres concept car, the W16 would get four turbochargers, producing an expected 1001 metric hp (736 kW). Top speed was promised at 406 km/h (252 mph), and pricing was announced at €1 million (US$1.3 million at the time).

    Development continued throughout 2001 and the EB 16/4 Veyron was promoted to "advanced concept" status. In late 2001 Bugatti announced that the car, officially called the Bugatti Veyron 16.4, would go into production in 2003. The car experienced significant problems, however. High-speed stability was difficult, with one prototype destroyed in a crash and another spun out during a press demonstration at the Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca. Production of the Veyron was delayed indefinitely.

    PiŽch retired that year as chairman of the Volkswagen Group and was replaced by Bernd Pischetsrieder. The new chairman promptly sent the Veyron back to the drawing board for major revisions. Neumann was replaced as Bugatti president by Thomas Bscher in December of 2003, and substantial modifications were made to the Veyron under the guidance of former VW engineer, Bugatti Engineering head Wolfgang Schreiber.

    After the release of the car, it has become known that while each Veyron is being sold for £850,000, the production costs of the car are approximately £3 million to £4 million per vehicle. As Bugatti, and therefore Volkswagen, are making such a huge loss, it has been likened by influential journalist Jeremy Clarkson to Concorde; both are largely impractical experiments in technology and ground-breaking performance created just to prove that it could be done. A car the like of the Bugatti Veyron may not be seen in production again for some time to come.

    Specifications

    The Veyron features a W16 engine—16 cylinders in 4 banks of 4 cylinders, or two W8 engines mated together in line. Each cylinder has 4 valves, for a total of 64, but the narrow V8 configuration allows two camshafts to drive two banks of cylinders so only 4 camshafts are needed. The engine is fed by four turbochargers, and it displaces 8.0 L (7,993 cm≥/488 in≥) with a square 86 by 86 mm bore and stroke.

    Putting this power to the ground is a dual-clutch DSG computer-controlled manual transmission with 7 gear ratios via shifter paddles behind the steering wheel. Or it can be driven by full automatic transmission. The Veyron also features full-time all wheel drive, necessary given the output of the engine. Special Michelin PAX System run-flat tires, capable of running at 253 mph (402.3 km/h), are fitted.

    The car's wheelbase is 2700 mm (106.3 in). Overall length is 4466 mm (175.8 in). It measures 1998 mm (78.7 in) wide and 1206 mm (47.5 in) tall.

    Curb weight is expected to reach 4300 lb (1950 kg) with a power to weight ratio of 513.3 hp per ton (metric) or 4.36 lb/hp (SAE).

    The Bugatti Veyron has a total of 11 radiators.


    Performance

    The W16 produces 1001 metric horsepower, equivalent to 987 SAE net horsepower or 736 kW. This easily makes it the most powerful production road-car engine in history. Torque is 1250 N∑m (922 ft∑lbf). According to Volkswagen, the final production Veyron engine produces between 1020 and 1040 metric horsepower (1006 to 1026 SAE net hp), so the car will be advertised as producing "1001 horsepower" in both the US and European markets.

    Top speed was initially promised to be 252 mph (406 km/h), but test versions were unstable at that speed, forcing a redesign of the aerodynamics. In May, 2005, a prototype Veyron tested at a Volkswagen track near Wolfsburg, Germany, and recorded a top speed of 248.5 mph (400 km/h). In October, 2005, Car and Driver magazine's editor Csaba Csere test drove the final production version of the Veyron for the November 2005 issue. This test, at Volkswagen's Ehra-Liessen test track, reached a top speed of 253 mph (407 km/h).

    The Veyron is the fastest production car to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) with an estimated time of 2.5 seconds. It also reaches 200 and 300 km/h (124 and 186 mph) in 7.3 and 16.7 seconds respectively. It should also be noted that the Veyron's 0-200mp/h time is quicker than the McLaren F1's 120-200mp/h time. This makes the Veyron the quickest-accelerating production vehicle in history. It also consumes more fuel than any other producton car, using 40.4 L/100 km (5.82 mpg) in city driving and 24.1 L/100 km (10 mpg) in combined cycle. At full-throttle, it uses up to 100 L/100 km (2.35 mpg) - at full throttle, the Veyron would empty its 100 litre fuel tank in just 12 minutes. [1] The car's everyday top speed is listed at 234 m.p.h. When the car reaches 137 mph, hydraulics lower the car until it has a ground clearance of about 3 1/2 inches. At the same time, the wing and spoiler deploy. This is the "handling" mode, in which the wing helps provide 770 pounds of downforce, holding the car to the road. The driver must place a second key in a lock to the left of his seat to use the maximum speed of 253 miles per hour. The key functions only when the vehicle is at a stop when a checklist then establishes whether the car - and its driver - are ready to enable 'top speed' mode. If all systems are go, the rear spoiler retracts, the front air diffusers close and the ground clearance, normally 4.9 inches, drops to 2.6 inches.

    The Veyron uses unique cross-drilled and turbine vented carbon rotors for braking that draw in cooling air. Each caliper has eight titanium pistons. Bugatti claims maximum deceleration of 1.3 g on road tires. Prototypes have been subjected to repeated 1.0 g braking from 194 to 50 mph without fade. With the car's fearsome acceleration from 50 to 194 mph, that test can be performed every 22 seconds. At speeds above 124 mph, the rear wing also acts as an airbrake, snapping to a 70-degree angle in 0.4 second once brakes are applied, providing up to 0.6 g of deceleration. Bugatti claims the Veyron will brake from 252 mph to a standstill in less than 10 seconds.

    Official unveiling

    The production Veyron was shown for the first time on October 19, 2005 at the Tokyo Motor Show. The official United States launch for the production version will occur at the 2006 Los Angeles International Auto Show in January. Visual differences between the prototype and production Veyrons are slight, but noticable marks include the addition of marker lights or reflectors on the front fenders and a more pronounced "dorsal spine" on the hood (remeniscent of the Bugatti Atlantic), especially near the windshield.

    According to the UK magazine Autocar, Volkswagen has officially unveiled the production version of the car (though the first units have yet to be offered for sale to the public) and published the final results of its in-house testing. Complete performance figures have not yet been independently verified, though the top speed of 253 mph (407 km/h) was experienced by Car and Driver.

    The 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) time has been announced as 2.5 seconds and the car has been measured at a two-way average top speed of 407.08 km/h (252.95 mph) at the Volkswagen Ehra Lessien test track in Germany.

    The final curb-weight of the car is said to be 4,162 lb (1,888 kg) with the power output still at the 1,001 PS (736 kW) level originally promised. This is somewhat better power:weight ratio than was originally expected and may account for the increased performance figures over early prototype versions.

    In the BBC programme Top Gear (shown on 11 December 2005), the motoring journalist Jeremy Clarkson extensively eulogized over the Veyron while driving one in a race from Northern Italy to Central London against a light aircraft. He won.

    Six Veyrons were sold at the 2005 Dubai Motor Show in December, reportedly including the demonstration models used on the stands there. These would be the first reported private sales of the car.[2] Reports also indicate that deposits have been taken on 45 Veyrons as of December.

    Sales and service

    Bugatti originally planned to build 300 Veyrons over five years. However, with just 30 to 40 sold as of December, 2005, production is now expected to last for eight years. It is not clear how many have yet been built or whether any are in the hands of end customers.

    The cars will be sold directly from the factory to customers or at 20 Bentley dealers worldwide. These include dealerships in Miami, Florida; Troy, Michigan; Beverly Hills, San Diego, Pasadena, California; and Greenwich, Connecticut.

    Maintenance will be possible at Bentley dealerships, but repair service will require a flown-in mechanic, which the company promises to be available 24 hours a day.

    (c) wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bugatti_Veyron_16.4
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    Cu 1 mil de euro imi iau un Hummer, un Ferrari, un Lambourghini si tot raman cu multi bani in buzunar.

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    Da, dar nu ai cea mai rapida masina

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    asta nu cumva e racheta ?
    mult„ lume... PUřINI OAMENI

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    ce mai rapida masina de strada asta e

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    buggati este o masina frumoasa ....!!! numa ca prea scumpa

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