On 29-28, April occurred the 37th International Vienna Motor Symposium, an exhibition of new engines. Of course, the all new Bugatti Chiron couldn’t stay off of this show. It houses one of the most impressive art of the engineering in the world right behind the driver’s head. The unique W16 engine.
During its visit to Vienna, Austria, the Bugatti Chiron was caught by some cameras performing some start-ups and loud revs. It sounds brutal and you can check right below.
In addition to the brutal sound, the Bugatti Chiron’s 8.0L quad-turbo W16 produces by itself nothing less than 1500 hp and 1600 NM of torque. This is enough to push the Veyron’s successor from zero to 62 mph in less than the 2.5s and to hit 261mph (420 km/h) at top speed (yeah, the top speed is electronically limited, but it can go faster).