The first Bugatti Veyron, launched in 2005, set the record at 254mph (408km/h), crowing it the fastest street legal supercar in the world. To make sure they held on to this crown they went on to make another one, the Veyron Super Sport, and broke their own record by setting a top speed of 268mph (431km/h). Now they plan to do it all again with the newest Veyron, the Super Veyron, which is set to hit a top speed of 288mph (463km/h). The Super Veyron is planned to debut at the 2013 IAA Motor-Show in September. It is rumoured to be powered by a 9.6 liters quad-turbo W16 engine producing 1,600 horsepower. Improving on the top speed now aimed at 288mph, it will also have a 0-60mph time of 1.8 seconds. Bugatti’s new Super Veyron will easily shadow the McLaren P1 and Ferrari Enzo replacement, but it will come with better performance specs then a Formula One race car.

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John Galvin (JSG)
It started at a young age with bedroom posters, the Countach of course. This slowly grew into a super car die-cast model collection, fifty five 1:18 models at the last count. At which point it had almost taken full control, the incurable Mad Car Disease ran deep though my veins all the way to the bone. And things for my loved ones just got worse as the cars where now being bought at 1:1 scale, after a BMW, HSV, and couple of Audi's, the disease reached my brain, pushing me over the edge and down the rabbits hole into the world of the bedroom poster.


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