First 8 Bugatti Super Sport 300+ hypercars built, ready for delivery

used 2017 Ram 1500 Tradesman Regular Cab 8′ Box 4WD.Bugatti stun the automotive

world in the fall of 2019 when a new version of the Chiron cracked the 300-mph barrier, making it the fastest production car in the world by a significant margin.

The car, know as the Chiron Super Sport 300+, reach an official top speed of 304.773 mph, though this isn’t count as a world record as Bugatti didn’t make the required runs in opposite directions to account for gradient and wind direction. As a result, the 282.9 mph set by the SSC Tuatara in January is currently acknowledge as the world record.used 2017 Ram 1500 Tradesman Regular Cab 8′ Box 4WD

Regardless, the Chiron Super Sport 300+ is plenty fast, and could potentially go even faster still. Andy Wallace, who set the official top speed, said the car was still accelerating when he finally lifted off the gas. Bugatti, too, is confident of at least another 15 mph if the car is run on the famous stretch of Highway 160 just outside of Pahrump, Nevada, due to the lower air density compare to Volkswagen Group’s Ehra-Lessien test track in Germany, where the Bugatti was run. However, the automaker is satisfy with being the first to crack 300 mph and in future

will focus on other aspects of performance.Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ world record car

Bugatti start accepting orders for the car following a reveal at the 2019 Frankfurt

International Motor Show, and it’s safe to assume all build slots, 30 in total,

are gone, even though we’re talking about a car costing 3.5 million euros (approximately $4.1 million).

Production recently got underway at Bugatti’s plant in Molsheim, France, after

some two years of development and testing, and on Thursday Bugatti announce

that the first eight of the 30 customer examples had been built and are ready for delivery.

Power in the Chiron Super Sport 300+ comes from the Chiron’s familiar 8.0-liter

quad-turbocharge W-16, though output has been dial up to 1,577 hp instead of

the standard 1,480-hp rating. The Chiron Super Sport 300+ also rides on a

bespoke set of Michelin tires rated at 317 mph, and has uprated cooling systems

as well as a longer, more streamlined body compared to the Chiron.Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+

Customer examples of the Chiron Super Sport 300+ differ from the top speed car, though. For example, they don’t feature a roll cage and safety harness. Their ride height is also slightly higher,

and they have a front passenger seat which in the top speed car was replace

by GPS data-logging equipment and other hardware.

Crucially, the customer cars are speed limit for safety reasons. Bugatti hasn’t

said what the limit is but it should either match or exceed the 273 mph of the

 more comfort oriented Chiron Super Sport unveiled in June. There are rumors

Bugatti may provide owners of the Chiron Super Sport 300+ with an option to

remove the speed limit for official visits to the Ehra-Lessien test track, though

the automaker is yet to comment on this.

We should point out that there are other companies promising cars capable

of cracking the 300-mph mark. Others include

 Hennessey with the Venom F5Koenigsegg with the Jesko Absolut, and SSC with t

he aforemention Tuatara.HIGH-RES GALLERY: Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+

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