Fuel Type: Petrol
Interior Trim: Carmine Red
Model Year: 2010
Body Colour: Black Blue Metallichttp://www.hrowen.co.uk/bugatti/used-bugatti/used-car-details.aspx?UsedVehicleID=575I not sure about the price, hardly likely it would be $6.5Mil US you can call and verify if you so desire. What do you get for $6.5Mil?Technology EngineThe Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport’s*) seven-gear, twin-clutch gearbox is the first to master comparably high torque values.
It combines the advantages of a manual transmission and the convenience of an automatic to deliver smart performance: the next gear is pre-engaged, ready to take over propulsion seamlessly and without a moment of deceleration. This technological masterstroke allows for calm, smooth and even acceleration with minimal shift times – less than 150 milliseconds.
With 16 cylinders
, a combined capacity of 8 litres, 4 valves per cylinder and four turbo chargers, the Grand Sport’s engine is the most powerful ever to be built into a production vehicle. The perfect combination of a 736 KW (1,001 horsepower) high-performance power unit and 1,250 Newton meter torque results in an unparalleled forward thrust. The Launch Control provides additional support for a quick start, and the Cruise Control makes for constant driving even at high velocity.
A glance at the horsepower control in the Grand Sport’s dashboards reveals this unique car’s full potential: constant 250 km/h require merely 270-280 of the Grand Sport’s horsepower capacity. More than 700 HP are continuously “on standby” for quick and fast interludes. In other words: at 1,000 r.p.m., only slightly above idling, the Veyron has 730 Newton meter torque available. Between 2,200 and 5,500 r.p.m., 1,250 Newton meter torque are permanently accessible.
Motor Type/Number of Cylinders W16
Cylinder Capacity 7993 cm3
Power output 736 KW (1001 hp) at 6000 rpm
Max. torque 1250 Nm from 2200–5500 rpm
Gearbox 7 Gear DSG
Drive All Wheels
Power distribution Front axle differential with Haldex clutch; rear axle
with with transverse differential lockDeceleration 100 to 0 km/h in 2.3 seconds and less than 10 seconds from 407 to a full standstill – if there is one area in which the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport*) excels even more than in acceleration, it is the exact opposite: braking.
Intelligent carbon-ceramic brake discs with interior ventilation, eight-piston monoblock caliper units in the front, and six-piston caliper units in the rear provide a maximum of braking power and optimum cooling. At velocities exceeding 200 km/h, the rear spoiler serves as additional air brake. Activated by the brake pedal, the spoiler shoots up and is deployed at a 55-degree angle in less than 0.4 seconds. This allows the car to come to a full stop from 100 km/h in just 32 metres.Speed (OHH YEA BABY )
0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds – the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport*) is on a par with modern Formula 1 racecars. 200 km/h in 7.3 seconds, 9.8 seconds for the traditional quarter mile, 407 km/h top velocity. No other convertible ever reached such performance values. Once again, Bugatti is writing automotive history.
The extraordinary velocity of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 calls for equally extraordinary aerodynamics. To this end the Grand Sport uses three configuration modes that optimally exploit the force impact to provide a maximum of stability. The standard mode is used for speeds up to 220 km/h. At higher velocities, the handling mode is engaged, pulling the vehicle closer to the road surface and deploying the rear spoiler at 15 degrees. Driven with an open roof, the super sports car automatically adjusts this angle to 20 degrees in order to maintain the downforce while preserving the aerodynamic balance. The top speed mode is activated by the driver, who uses his special key to unlock this mode before starting the engine. The top speed mode lowers the position of rear wing and spoiler to 2 degrees and minimizes the chassis clearance, thus enabling the Grand Sport to reach its top velocity – more than 400 kilometres per hour. An enjoyment that the driver needs to be prepared for before he starts, for velocities like these can only be reached with a closed top.
Technical Specs on Performance
Top speed 407 km/h
Acceleration < 2.7sec 0–100 km/h
7.3 sec 0–200 km/h
16.7 sec 0–300 km/h
Braking distance 31.4 m 100–0 km/h
Gearbox shift time < 150 ms
Technical Specs on Aerodynamics
Top Speed 0.36
Standard Retracted / 2° cool-down position
Handling with roof 6°/27°
Handling without roof 20°/27°
Top Speed 2°
Brake setting 55°/27°
Special features Central hydraulicsSafety The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport*) provides a maximum of safety both during acceleration and at high speeds.
This superior security is made possible by the precise aerodynamic balance of lift and downforce. Ground clearance and the position of the rear spoiler are adjusted automatically to suit the driving situation, keeping the super sports car securely on the road. The four-point electronic stability programme additionally enhances driving safety at high speed. At the heart of the system is the four-wheel drive: the Haldex clutch distributes the torque to the front and rear axles, while the rear differential lock ensures the dynamics of the rear wheels for smooth negotiation of fast curves.
The perfectly designed suspension and precise steering give the car excellent stability even at top speeds. The electronic stability programme acts on each individual wheel, resulting in previously unmatched reaction times. The electronic stability programme also provides intelligent motor management control. At the centre of this highly sophisticated technology is the telemetric computer, which controls all vehicle data. This information can be accessed at all times via the Grand Sport’s PDA, integrated in the dashboard.
The consistent use of carbon fibre in the car’s body ensures enhanced rigidity despite the open form of the Grand Sport. This lightweight, yet ultra-strong material is also used to reinforce the doors, resulting in the lowest torsion to be found in a convertible. Indispensable but commonly unsightly, the roll hoops in the Grand Sport are smartly integrated in the air sockets. Thus, they provide constant rollover protection while remaining completely invisible.
Technical Specs on Suspension
Wheel suspension Double wishbone front / rear
Tyre, front 265–680 ZR 500A Michelin Pilot Sport Pax
Tyres, rear 365–710 ZR 540A Michelin Pilot Sport Pax
Tyre pressure 3.1 bar front
3.1 bar rear
Standard 125 / 125 front / rear (mm)
Handling 80 / 95 front / rear (mm)
Top Speed 65 / 70 front / rear (mm)Technical EquipmentThe technical equipment of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport*) is in a class of its own, delivering unforgettable sound and comfort at any speed, even with the top open.
Those passionate about unusual, ingenious solutions will love the 2.7-inch monitor integrated in the rear-view mirror. Once the reverse gear is engaged, the camera built in just above the license plate offers the driver an unobstructed view of the area behind the vehicle. Park Distance Control provides additional assistance.
The audio system “Puccini”, designed especially for a convertible car, features a digital signal processor as well as a series of interfaces for numerous external devices, including the iPod. The Grand Sport’s integrated PDA includes a GPS route guidance system that assists drivers in securely finding their destination. If the PDA is stashed safely in the glove compartment, the directions are displayed unobtrusively on the rear-view mirror.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport’s climate control system is able to identify whether the roof is open or closed. It automatically readjusts the temperature to the previous setting for the respective situation.
Grand Sport drivers can leave the roof of their vehicle open when they park it – the glove compartment, the console compartment between the seats, the fuel tank cap, and the oil-filler neck can all be locked remotely.
The aerials for the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport’s audio, telephone, and telemetry systems are “invisible”, integrated in the dashboard and the air-scoop.*) Gearbox: 7 Gear DSG, fuel consumption combined: 24.9l/100km, fuel consumption in town: 41.9l/100km, fuel consumption out of town: 15.6l/100km, CO2 emission combined: 596g/km