This vehicle is New/Unregistered and has delivery mileage only.
It has factory options of:
LED, Rear view camera, PDC
Black Alloy Wheel
Black Air intakes
The specification of this car also includes
Carbon Ceramic Brakes,
Heated Comfort Seats,
CD Sound System,
Heated Electric Mirrors,
Bugatti Car Cover,
Battery Conditioner and Phone Connectivity.
Included in the price is a fresh Bugatti Service.
The Veyron's bold proportions, well-balanced surfaces, and clear
line structures give an impression of pure, sleek elegance.
The design of the Veyron honours a great heritage without drifting
into retro style. Every detail of the classic two-tone colour scheme,
a nod to the 1920s and 1930s, has been carefully thought out,
resulting in the typical Bugatti profile with the classic, contrasting
ellipsis – the stylistic element used by Ettore Bugatti himself.
The “crest line”, which runs uninterrupted from the hood to the
only 1.21-m-high roof, is a proud homage to the Veyron's forebears.
Thus, the Veyron's classic paintwork and harmonious design connect
this state-of-the-art super sports car to the glorious heritage of
With its classic look, the large radiator grill – adorned with the
hand-enamelled Bugatti emblem – represents the grandness of the
Veyron. The sports car's distinctive front is defined by the
harmonious contrast of its broad headlights and majestic grill. The
rear end, features the formidable retractable spoiler and generously
The Veyron perfectly fulfils the main design objective governing the
development of the new Bugatti: an uncompromising combination of
highest elegance and state-of-the-art technology.
Every aspect of the Veyron 16.4's interior focuses on essentials.
Clear lines dominate the design, and all controls reflect a
meticulous attention to detail - the selection and finish of the
prevailing materials aluminium and leather meet the highest
possible standards. A unique alloy was specially developed to
guarantee the consistent aluminium shine. Only the choicest leather
– free of even the tiniest blemishes – was used for the interior. The
light-alloy steering wheel is a work of art, a composition of
aluminium spokes, a leather cover, and convenient rocker switches
offering easy access to the car's sports automatics functions. The
satin-aluminium finish of the handcrafted centre console rounds off
the elegantly sophisticated look.
Designers and engineers worked closely together to integrate every
single one of the Veyron's many features – from GPS to seat heating
– harmoniously in the cockpit, without allowing it to appear
excessive or too complex. The unique sound experience provided by
the integrated sound system was designed by the high-end
specialists at Burmester in Berlin. The Veyron is the first car to
boast Burmester system elements that were originally developed for
home use. Each component was specially adapted for the Veyron to
meet Bugatti's extremely high quality standards.
It is these precious details that distinguish the Veyron, creating a
unique Bugatti atmosphere. Yet the true perfection of a sports car
that exceeds all expectations results from the harmonious
combination of these details – a balance of emotion, reflected by
the bold design, and superior craftsmanship.
Technology With its 16-cylinder four-wheel drive, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 may
well be the most sophisticated production vehicle of all times.
Boasting a maximum speed of more than 400 km per hour, the
Veyron is unmatched in the super sports category. It offers a total of
1,001 HP, and its ample power reserves even at high speeds are the
fabric of dreams for luxury-class limousines: for a constant speed of
250 km/h, the Veyron only needs 270-280 HP.
The Electronic Stability Program (ESP) ensures the necessary
flexibility and manoeuvrability at any speed. The Veyron reaches
velocities that would literally lift the car off the ground – if it
weren't for its ingenious aerodynamics, which keeps it firmly on the
road even at full speed. Adjusting the back spoiler, reducing ground
clearance, opening and closing the lids – it all adds to the perfect
balance between propulsion and downforce. Such a super sports car
may not seem to be brought to a halt easily, but the Veyron's
ceramic brakes slow it down faster than it can accelerate. While it
takes this exceptional car only 2.5 seconds to go from 0 to 100
km/h, it needs even less time – a mere 2.3 seconds – to come to a
standstill from 100. All of these technical details combine to make
the Veyron a truly exceptional super sports car.
The Veyron uses the same launch control technology as Formula 1
racing cars to ensure maximum traction from first to seventh gear
and up to the 400 km/h maximum speed.
The electronically controlled acceleration takes the car from
standstill position beyond the 400 km/h threshold in less than one
minute. Just activate launch control, engage gear, control the
steering wheel, place your left foot on the brake, and keep your
right foot on full throttle. If you release the brakes swiftly, you will
accelerate on a par with veritable Formula 1 cars.
The mighty, 1,001-horsepower sixteen-cylinder four-wheel drive can
be felt and driven through a widerange of engine speeds. A constant
250 km/h requires only 270-280 of the Veyron's horsepower meaning
that more than 700 HP are continuously “on standby” for quick and
fast interludes. With this kind of power and pull, the Veyron
manages racecourses as easily and competently as lonely mountain
passes or rushhour traffic in Tokyo.
The Veyron 16.4 is the fastest production vehicle of all time.
For years, the Bugatti engineers worked diligently in order to push
the 400 km/h boundary. No wind tunnel can simulate this velocity,
which is why after each of a long series of improvements, the
different ground clearance levels and the modifications of the rear
bumpers, spoiler and underbody were tested separately on
high-speed test ranges. This ambition and persistence paid off, as
the official speed measurement proves.
The Veyron's high velocity is due to the perfect combination of
engine technology, consistent lightweight construction, specially
developed tires, and the complex balance of propulsion and
downforce. Not only aerodynamic drag plays a crucial factor at very
high speeds, but also the precise adjustment of the downforce that
holds the car to the road surface. In addition to this raw speed, the
Veyron also meets the highest safety, reliability and maneuverability
standards requires by even the most discerning drivers.
To create the optimum aerodynamics, the Bugatti engineers
developed three configuration modes.
Standard mode - used for speeds up to 220 km/h, the rear spoiler
system is completely retracted. In handling mode, used at higher
velocities, the vehicles nose is pulled down and the monumental
rear spoiler deployed. This produces an additional 350 kg of
downforce without compromising the Veyron's exceptional handling.
Top speed mode - for velocities beyond 375 km/h, which is activated
before the engine is started. In top speed mode the front diffuser
flaps are shut to make the underbody absolutely level, and the
spoiler is lowered and completely aligned with the chassis, forming
a tearing edge – thus, the Veyron is perfectly adapted for top
velocities. The downforce is reduced to minimize the strain on the
tyres. The car is held down on the road by its own weight and the
downforce. The Veyron starts immediately at top speed mode,
allowing only for a limited turn of the steering wheel. As soon as the
driver brakes, the Veyron automatically switches to handling mode.
But those who dare to accelerate consistently on a long, straight
road will experience the power of the fastest production vehicle of
The Bugatti's Veyron 16.4 is the first super sports car with
guaranteed ESP functionality at all speeds including top velocity,
tested and approved by exceptional race car drivers.
The first ESP tests at velocities beyond 300 km/h were performed on
the dried salt lakes in the American Southwest where the
low-friction ground surface is ideal for taking a car's road grip to the
limit. Featuring intelligent four-wheel drive and four electronic
controls, the Veyron is as safe as it is fast. Two steerage systems, a
Haldex clutch, and the rear axle locking differential provide the
necessary dynamics, while the brake pressure regulation and active
torque control ensure controllability.
In addition to the ingenious electronic controls, the Veyron 16.4
features high-precision engineering and a perfect underbody based
on state-of-the-art racing technology. Double traverse control arms
in the front and rear guarantee precise wheel control. All elements
work smoothly together with minimal friction and a maximum of
stability. Suspension, cushioning, and stabilizers react directly and
The steering system is equally well balanced: the high connection
stiffness of all elements ensures direct reactivity. The car follows
each and every move of the driver, at any speed and with exactly
the right dose of servo support. The latter is gradually decreased
towards top velocity, making for easy manoeuvrability in city traffic
without compromising smooth directional stability at high speeds,
and precise, flawless corner turns on country roads.
The tires are the last, but certainly not the least factor determining
driving dynamics and security. The Veyron 16.4 tires feature a
specially developed rubber compound, customized tire tread, and an
elaborate tire pressure control system.
There is one thing the Veyron 16.4 does even faster than
The Bugatti Veyron exploits the full range of available technologies
to allow for ultra-fast deceleration. It takes less than 5 seconds to
get from 0 to 100 km and back to a complete standstill. In theory,
that is, for such a feat would require the driver to react with nearly
superhuman speed. The whole braking process takes no more than
31.4 meters or 2.3 seconds – that is less than the car needs to get
from 0 to 100 km. And even the 400-to-0-km/h deceleration is a
matter of less than 10 seconds.
Made of high-tech carbon, ceramic, and titanium materials, the
brake system guarantees consistently high friction values and
optimum cooling. Intelligent carbon-ceramic brake discs with
interior ventilation, eight-piston monoblock caliper units in the
front, and six-piston caliper units in the rear ensure the necessary
driving agility on a par with professional racecars.
The rear spoiler serves as an additional air brake at speeds beyond
200 km/h. Activated by the brake pedal, the spoiler shoots up and is
deployed at a 55-degree angle in less than 0.4 seconds. Tests
including repeated follow-up brake maneuvers have shown this
brake system to be not only the most powerful, but also the most
reliable and durable ever built into a serial production vehicle. It
boasts deceleration values of up to 1.3 g, with an additional 0.6 g
support by the rear spoiler. Even during full braking maneuvers at
top velocities, these brakes won't give. Brake fade, the much feared
performance reduction after repeated application of the brakes –
e.g. during long downhill drives – is virtually impossible.
Lightweight Construction: A super sports car like the Veyron 16.4 needs to be light in order to
reach top speeds.
From the initial concept to the design and the selection of
materials, the Bugatti engineers tapped the full potential of their
considerable expertise to ensure that this car is, indeed, a
lightweight. Titanium, carbon, magnesium, and aluminum – each
part of the Veyron 16.4 is made of the material with the lowest
weight and the highest level of functionality - The titanium piston
rods save approx. 4 kg of weight, the titanium screws 3.5 kg, and
the magnesium valve caps another 2 kg.
By reducing the wheelbase, the original weight was reduced by
about a third, and the titanium exhaust system – another Veyron
16.4 first – with its wafer-thin layer of titanium aluminite saves yet
another 17 kg. These combined efforts capped the Veyron 16.4's
weight at a compact 1,888 kg. Add the car's high-powered
performance and unmatched speed, and you have a uniquely fast
and nimble super sports car.
Optimum protection is guaranteed by the car's carbon monocoque
construction: weighing only 110 kg, the survival cell withstands
enormous crash impact forces. This principle is comparable to that
used in the Formula 1 world, where drivers usually emerge uninjured
from their cars even after severe accidents. The maximum impact
force reduction is mainly due to the frames integrated in the carbon
monocoque. The front part of the monocoque is made of aluminium;
the rear consists of a combination of carbon, stainless steel, and
aluminium. The car's safety concept, which includes two frontal
airbags for the front-seat occupants, is so sophisticated that
additional airbags would be redundant. Crash tests have shown the
Veyron 16.4 to conform to all international safety standards – and to
exceed them. As painful as it was for the engineers to watch their
valuable prototypes hit the test wall, they were always glad to see
that the Veyron survived these manoeuvres almost unharmed.
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