Bugatti Chiron


Developed and engineered by the Volkswagen Group, the upcoming successor to the 415 kph Veyron, Bugatti Chiron takes its name from the Monaco-born racer Louis Chiron and is set to be lighter and more powerful than its predecessor, promising to hit a top speed of around 466 kph. The supercar will produce 1,500 hp and will come with an 8.0l W16 engine utilising four turbos, propelling Chiron from 0 to 100 kph in 2.2 seconds. Recently unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, Chiron’s high performance and low production numbers (an estimated 100 units per year) are already stretching the initial customer waiting list into 2017 and 2018. With Chiron setting a high bar for rival supercars to reach, this Veyron successor just might be worth the wait.