Bugatti celebrates Chiron Super Sport 300+ and other big cars in Goodwood

Bugatti celebrates Chiron Super Sport 300+ and other big cars in Goodwood


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There were beautiful people at the Goodwood Speed ​​Festival in 2022! This English event attracts car lovers of all nationalities, and with them, the most luxurious manufacturers. Bugatti specifically wrapped up the trip from June 23 to 26, 2022 in this small circuit where a series of unique vehicles rotate. Molsheim Company unveiled three large vehicles, all of which have a world record.

Spectators gathered in large numbers on each side of the 1.9-kilometer track were able to discover the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, but also most of all the Chiron Super Sport 300+, which reached incredible speed. of 490.484 km / h. The record maker of this speed wears black and orange clothes, like his colleagues.

Real rocket on wheels

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In 2019, the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ actually became the first production car to break the 300 mph mark, or 482.803 km / h. This long-tailed dialect was operated in Goodwood by Andy Wallace, the official Bugatti driver who set the record. Clearly, the hypercar with the W600 8.0 horsepower of 1,600 horses did not make the top speed at Goodwood.

He accompanies his ancestors

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The Chiron Super Sport 300+ was pleased with the parade under the public eye as well as other designs posted on the website by the French brand. “Together, these three vehicles have a combined output of 4,000 horses,” Bugatti says. The Veyron 16.4 Super Sport set a record for the number of production vehicles on the road, reaching 431 kilometers per hour in 2010.

Two French drivers entered with Bugatti in Goodwood

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The Bugatti Veyron World Record Version 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse became the fastest road in the world, reaching 408.84 kilometers per hour in 2013. These two old Bugatti models were driven by French drivers Pierre-Henri Raphanel and Olivier Thévenin at the Festival of Goodwood Speed. .

In short

At the Goodwood Speed ​​Festival, cars are not available at the top. However, Bugatti presented its three record-breaking designs during the 202nd edition. The manufacturer completed the trip with the Chiron Super Sport 300+ which, in 2019, reached a top speed of 490.484 km / h.

Quentin Gueroult