The Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 is a magnificent example of modern engineering and automobile ability. The midengined car was first presented at the 1999 Tokyo Motor Show where it was first displayed as just a mere concept car. The first working prototype would not hit the road until 2003, official production was not until September of 2005. The car was designed by Volkswagen Group and is manufactured in Molshim, Freance by bugatti Automobiles S.A.S.. It officially holds the Guinness World Record for fastest street leagl car at a top speed of 286.497mph. The name Veyton comes from Pierre Veyron an hounered Bugatti Engineer, test driver, and company race car driver who won the 1939 24 hour of Lemans. There have been four main variants, with many sub-variants of the car each for a range of years. The first being the 2005-2011 Bugatti Veyron 16.4. The second being the Grand sport produced from 2009-2015. The Third was the Grandsport super sport, and the last one was the Grand Sport Vitesse.
The specifications and engineering on all variations are so spectacular that its no wonder the average top speed is 253-267 mph depending on the variant. One must activate a top speed mode before launch, to make sure that the driver is ready to attempt such speeds.
The Bugatti Veyron was driven by all three members of Topgear in which all gave it immense praise. Jeremy Clarkson said it was our generations concord moment, and all voted it as the car of the decade.
The Buggati Veyron is a tremendousfeat of expertise and German engineering, and will forever be held as such.