Review 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse

Review 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse - Maybe the best supercar ever, the Veyron 16.4 was for those with all the cash on the planet and a longing to go blisteringly quick; we say "was," on account of the Veyron is no more sold and its substitution, the Chiron, is not yet accessible. With a 8.0-liter turbo-quad W-16 motor and all-wheel drive; the Veyron makes 1001 hp and has a 200-mph-in addition to top rate. For topless fun, see the Grand Sport with its targa top. Need more speed? Look at the 1200-hp Super Sport and Grand Sport Vitesse.The dismal truth is that the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is essentially too quick for this world. You just can't set out for some cruising around at something like 20 mph speedier than a shaft winning qualifying lap for the Indy 500. However in the event that  you must discover a spot to impact around in one of these area bound rockets, you could do more awful than Eastern Cape, South Africa, or if nothing else the most remote bits of it. Here, termite slopes give a percentage of the main historic points by  which to explore, and the savannas and barren wasteland are secured in a thick cover of quiet.




Furthermore, that is precisely why  we and two or three Bugatti designers have come here for a last preproduction assessment of the most current and likely last variety on the Veyron 16.4 topic, the Grand Sport Vitesse. Where a back tag ordinarily would be found, the Vitesse conveys a yellow bulletin that peruses: HIGH SPEED TEST VEHICLE APPROVED BY GOVERNMENT. Also, as much as we may need this Veyron, we think we may need that bulletin considerably more.

Anyhow we deviate. The Vitesse (French for "rate") is a blend of the two noteworthy existing Veyron varieties: the Super Sport, which makes 1200 strength from its quad-turbo 8.0-liter W-16, and the targa-topped Grand Sport. Some way or another, Bugatti fought the temptation to call it the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Super Sport.Our first experience with the Vitesse is on its approach. We hear it, a profound and inaccessible thunder, before we see it. It could be a preparing rainstorm or a group of  stampeding ­elephants. When we make out two lights peeping from between the skyline and the landing area, the sound movements to an effective staccato of 16 weight charged barrels. Simply a couple of seconds after the fact, we can feel the air that is being punched off the beaten path, and the motor's sound changes once more, this time into a greatly uproarious, jetlike spilling as the 4400-pound rocket surges by.

In the driver's seat of the white model is Jens Schulenburg. A Bugatti engineer for a long time (yes, its been that since a long time ago the resurrection of the brand), Schulenburg does the last quality check. Toward the end, he will give his endorsement to what goes for "creation" in this most tenuous edge of  automobiledom.

The Grand Sport Vitesse needs to demonstrate, throughout the span of  thousands of  miles over Africa's quietest locales, that the monster W-16 fires up appropriately actually when drinking lesser-quality African fuel; that all the confounded mechanical, thermodynamic, and flight optimized methodologies still work consummately even in unforgiving conditions. Conditions including those to which no Vitesse driver will probably subject his fortune, for example, throwing together clean while driving on rock streets, alongside the more probable Bugatti-driver attempts, for example, flying along at high speeds, over and over cutting hard at the brakes, and perpetually quickening at full throttle.

2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse


This model Vitesse is peppered with in the range of 300 temperature tests and conveys two information lumberjacks, one altered between the seats and a second in the traveler's footwell. The blue Racelogic VBOX on the windshield ­displays recorded information that is tested 100 times each second.

The Vitesse is not simply a Grand Sport with the stronger motor and the front and back sashes of the Super Sport. The driving ex­peri­ence is special. Never in past ­Veyron excursions has the huge motor felt so close as in the Vitesse. Indeed, even with the hardtop set up, we can feel each breath of the turbochargers and hear all the ticking and humming of the powerplant's steamworks.

With an expected 0-to-60-mph time of 2.4 seconds and a top pace of 255 mph, the Grand Sport Vitesse is the speediest and quickest roadster we (or any other person on the planet) have ever determined, yet it is not a roadgoing race auto. There are other super games autos with more prompt throttle reaction, and ­others that offer more-responsive taking care of. In any case the Vitesse presents compelling, outside auto speed past anything we've encountered. On account of its moderately little rooftop opening, deliberately built wind stream around the body shell, and discretionary wind blocker behind the seats, lodge turbulence is kept to a base. We can bear on a discussion with our drive accomplice up to 155 mph, yet just by demonstrating remarkable limitation with the throttle pedal.Don't feel like visiting? Indeed, then, feel free to continue quickening. The Vitesse controls past 155 mph as eagerly as a Porsche 911 pushes over 60 mph. Furthermore, the Bugatti hints at no strain even past 185 mph. We touched 206, and you may need to twofold affix your toupee's button strap before approaching that sort of velocity. At 233 mph with the top off, the Vitesse's motor power and air resistance at long last battle to a draw, says Schulenburg. Joining the top adds another 22 mph to the top pace.

Bugatti has custom-made an interesting suspension setup for the Vitesse that incorporates new dampers with quicker living up to expectations valves and barely milder springs. The outcome is exceptional: We felt none of  the apprehensive front-end vibration amid full throttle that torments the Super Sport roadster's directing. Indeed, even at some genuinely impulsive paces, the Vitesse can be directed with simply a few fingers on the wheel—even on the occasionally uneven South African streets.

Thinking of it as' enhanced driving quality and its meek/brutal part identity, the new Grand Sport Vitesse is not just the most effective and speediest roadster on earth, additionally the most attractive Bugatti Veyron 16.4. An illustration will cost about $2,250,000. Furthermore, you will then need to purchase  yourself  a extensive piece of the earth on which to appreciate this thing. Then again, on the other hand, you'll need to get your hands on one of those yellow bulletins.

This model Vitesse is peppered with nearly 300 temperature tests and conveys two information lumberjacks, one altered between the seats and a second in the traveler's footwell. The blue Racelogic VBOX on the windshield ­displays recorded information that is inspected 100 times each second.

The Vitesse is not simply a Grand Sport with the stronger motor and the front and back belts of the Super Sport. The driving ex­peri­ence is one of a kind. Never in past ­Veyron trips has the monstrous motor felt so close as in the Vitesse. Indeed, even with the hardtop set up, we can feel each breath of the turbochargers and hear all the ticking and humming of the powerplant's steamworks.


With an expected 0-to-60-mph time of 2.4 seconds and a top velocity of 255 mph, the Grand Sport Vitesse is the fastest and speediest roadster we (or any other individual on the planet) have ever determined, yet it is not a roadgoing race auto. There are other super games autos with more quick throttle reaction, and ­others that offer more-responsive taking care of. At the same time the Vitesse presents great, outdoors car speed past anything we've encountered. Because of its generally little rooftop opening, deliberately designed wind stream around the body shell, and discretionary wind blocker behind the seats, lodge turbulence is kept to a base. We can bear on a discussion with our drive accomplice up to 155 mph, yet just by demonstrating extraordinary restriction with the throttle pedal.

Don't feel like visiting? All things considered, then, feel free to continue quickening. The Vitesse controls past 155 mph as eagerly as a Porsche 911 pushes over 60 mph. Furthermore, the Bugatti hints at no strain even past 185 mph. We touched 206, and you may need to twofold attach your toupee's button strap before approaching that sort of rate. At 233 mph with the top off, the Vitesse's motor power and air resistance at last battle to a draw, says Schulenburg. Fastening the top adds another 22 mph to the top velocity.

Review 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse - Bugatti has custom-made a remarkable suspension setup for the Vitesse that incorporates new dampers with quicker living up to expectations valves and possibly gentler springs. The outcome is remarkable: We felt none of  the apprehensive front-end vibration amid full throttle that harrows the Super Sport car's controlling. Indeed, even at some truly ill-advised paces, the Vitesse can be directed with simply several fingers on the wheel—even on the occasionally rough South African streets.

Thinking of it as' enhanced driving quality and its resigned/brutal part identity, the new Grand Sport Vitesse is not just the most intense and quickest roadster on earth, additionally the most attractive Bugatti Veyron 16.4. A sample will cost about $2,250,000. What's more, you will then need to purchase  yourself  a substantial piece of the earth on which to appreciate this thing. Alternately, on the other hand, you'll need to get you

Review 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: Ridho Yudistira

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