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1350 HP Bugatti Veyron Centenaire leadership in Geneva

May have been only about ten years, the revival of Bugatti, Volkswagen Group, but they all know the history of the car - or the history of the automobile - it means that the vehicle manufacturer was stoïque much more. 100 years to be exact. Although there were periods in which the manufacturer has been deferred for a century the venerable Ettore Bugatti has their business. Bugatti customers within the Volkswagen group is not a miss this opportunity, and to this end they had to work on something special at the Geneva Salon.

Bugatti are special, because they are sufficient, but only a few special Veyron are rare in the nature of things. Bugatti has a seemingly endless sequence of a single output Supercars with painting and the base for the packages. The latest rumors are to believe, but the new Bugatti would be very special special edition. Supposedly called Centenaire edition, the reports show a dramatic increase in energy Veyron - Word on the street was always that the quad-turbo W16 Veyron is capable of more than 1000 hp and a qualification, the observatory - until about 1350 kW , enough to meet the upper end, up to 420 km / h (261 mph) of the current reference value of 400 km / h (253 mph). Special paint and coins, which are a part of the mix, but Willard Scott was in May, the brand is not enough for a bigger gift for birthdays, if the rumors are to be believed. We know with certainty, before the Geneva Motor Show is just around the corner.


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