Bugatti's 300-mph Chiron comes to production as the Super Sport 300+ - Roadshow

Speed, especially extremely high speeds, can get pretty abstract. I don’t know about you, but I find it difficult to wrap my head around anything faster than 150 mph, which is the speed most commercial airplanes reach when they take off. So when Bugatti announced today that its Chiron hypercar has smashed through the 300 mph barrier, my brain just found it difficult to accept that such a thing was possible. Fortunately there’s video! Here’s Andy Wallace, Le Mans winner and Bugatti test driver, reaching a top speed of 304.773 mph (490.484 km/h) on August 2nd on the VW-owned test track at Ehra-Lessien in the German state of Lower Saxony. To put it in more relatable terms, 300 mph is fast enough to cover the length of a football field —... Continue reading…

Bugatti's 300-mph Chiron comes to production as the Super Sport 300+ - Roadshow

And yes, the road-legal car will technically be able to hit 300 miles per hour.

Sun 8 Sep 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

This modified Bugatti Chiron cracked 304 miles per hour - Roadshow

Bugatti test driver Andy Wallace set a new world record speed run.

Tue 3 Sep 19 from CNET

The Bugatti Chiron becomes the first hypercar to break the 300 mph barrier in a mind-bending speed run

Exclusively revealed by TopGear, the Bugatti Chiron just over a month ago crossed 300 mph with Le Mans-winning Andy Wallace at the wheel, who's also the company's official test driver.

Tue 3 Sep 19 from Techspot

The Bugatti Chiron just broke the 300-mph barrier - Roadshow

The modified supercar clocked a top speed of 304.77 miles per hour.

Mon 2 Sep 19 from CNET

Bugatti found out just how fast the Chiron is, flat-out: 305mph

It set the record at Ehra-Lessien, a test track with a 5.4-mile straight.

Mon 2 Sep 19 from Arstechnica

Video of the week: Bugatti Chiron breaks 300mph record

This week’s video comes from Germany where a pre-production Bugatti Chiron derivative has been driven into the record books with a top speed of 304.773mph (490.484km/h). The record-breaking ...

Thu 5 Sep 19 from The Engineer

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