If you order a Bugatti Chiron now, and manage to get a build number, you'll have to wait approximately 9-months before it's delivered. Why? For starters, there are endless options, including 23 different topcoat colors, 31 leather combinations, 8 carbon variants, 8 Alcantara seat shades, 30 stitching options, 18 carpets, 11 belt colors, and lots more. Once all that is decided, your hypercar will get built at 'Atelier' in Molsheim, Alsace, France. This is the facility where 20 employees hand assemble the vehicle from more than 1,800 individual parts. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here to view a few bonus images.
Nobody knows what F1 cars of the future will look like, or if they'll even have real human drivers, but automotive designer Sean Bull gives us his vision of a Bugatti vehicle, powered in part by a Tesla Turbine. This new technology consists of smooth disks equipped with nozzles that apply a moving fluid to the edge of the disk. It operates using the principle of centripetal flow, and reportedly operates at up to 95% efficiency. Continue reading for more pictures.
If money is no object, you could either buy a simple Power Wheels for them this holiday season, or spend $50,000 on a miniature Bugatti Veyron. This is no toy, but rather a custom-built kit car that boasts all-wheel drive, and is powered by a 500cc engine pumping out 40-horsepower, good for a top speed of 55mph. On the cosmetics side, it comes complete with scissor-style doors, leather interior coverings, a pioneer stereo, as well as an "advanced spoiler." Want your own? The current build time is 3-4 months, but unfortunately, upgrade options have not been released. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a bulletproof glass skateboard.
Remember that mysterious Bugatti Veyron limousine that surfaced weeks ago? Well, it was being transported to the set of Pitbull's latest music video: "Greenlight". Built by the tuners at "USA Replica", this knockoff may not be powered by a W16 engine, but it will definitely make you look twice should it roll up at a traffic light. Continue reading for more spy shots of the Veyron limousine. Click here for bonus images of a real Mansory Bugatti Veyron.
If you demand nothing but the fastest and most expensive limousine currently on the market, look no further than this custom stretch Bugatti Veyron. Aside from this blurry image taken while someone was driving, there is no further information on just what went into creating this ride, but with that said, anything is possible, even it being a kit car - custom fabricated body panels placed on another car rather than using a real Veyron. Continue reading for a video of the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse hitting 230mph.
To the untrained eye, or just someone who doesn't see Veyrons everyday, this may look like the real deal, but in fact, it's a replica based on a 2001 Mercury Cougar. The replica grille as well as a front bumper was modeled after the Veyron Super Sport, right down to the quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine in the rear. In reality, it's powered by a less impressive 3.0-liter V6 Duratec engine. Continue reading for more interesting pictures from around the web.
Unveiled today at the Geneva Motor Show, the 2017 Bugatti Chiron is now the world's most powerful production car. Featuring an 8.0: quad-turbocharged W16 engine that generates 1,500 horsepower with 1180 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to dash from 0-62 in under 2.5-seconds, with a top speed of 260 mph. It will be limited to just 500-units worldwide, priced from $2.6-million without options. Click here to view more pictures of the Chiron. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
The Chiron, due in 2016, was meant to be no faster or more powerful than the Super Sport, but now rumor has it that this new model will be based off the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo. The car has also been revealed to be possibly the fastest convertible car in the world, as it will debut with a targa top. It will officially make its debut in March 2016 at the Geneva Motor Show. Production will start in 2017 and will be limited to 500 units worldwide. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a crazy first person video of a drone racing through a warehouse.
Unless you win the $1.3+ billion dollar Powerball jackpot this coming Wednesday, Bugatti Chiron owners probably won't be taking their new hypercar off-roading, even in light snow. However, Rain Prisk Designs shows us what it would look like trudging through fresh powder, complete with a rooftop ski box, similar to Jon Olsson's sleek R8. In any case, expect the Chiron to top out at 290mph, thanks to a quad-turbocharged 8.0L W16 engine that generates 1500HP+. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a weaponized skateboard.
Japan-based Liberty Walk is known for their extreme widebody kits, and this conceptual design for the Bugatti Veyron is definitely no slouch. Considering the 458 Italia kit runs $25,000+ unpainted, we wouldn't be surprised if this one comes in at above $40,000+ without installation. Upgrades include: carbon fiber panels, and possibly engine modifications to boost output to 1,600-horsepower. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a modular home in Japan built over the course of a single day.