Bugatti Chiron Review - Production Video Inside

Mar 27, 2017 11:48 AM EDT | Ileen Jasmine

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The Bugatti Chiron is one of the most beautiful hypercars out in the market. Its production is even more beautiful.

The Bugatti Chiron is the Veyron's successor. It is well-known for being one of the most advanced automobiles. In fact, there's even a superyacht made after the Chiron, but that's for another report.

Under the hood, the Chiron is powered by a quad-turbo 8.0-litre W16 engine which produces 1,500 PS and 1,600 Nm. It can go from 0 to a hundred in just 2.5 seconds.

It has an electronically limited top speed of 420 kmph. However, others claim it to have to capability to go even higher at 463 kmph.

There's more to the Bugatti Chiron than just the unbelievable speed. What others might not know about this hypercar is that it was developed and built at a factory in Molsheim, France.

According to reports, there will only be 500 units of the Chiron will be made. A production video of the Bugatti Chiron below shows just how it is built.

The high-quality video of the Chiron's production process will be a dream come true for most car enthusiasts. The manufacturing process begins by putting the car together, then running it through various tests and driving it out of the factory.

It takes the Bugatti engineers around six months to build each of these beautiful cars. The video shows how it's done within just over three minutes time.

As for how well the Bugatti Chiron does on the road, Top Speed reported about a car review by Carperfection. Carperfection was one of the few lucky auto blogs who had the chance to drive the Chiron. Here's an excerpt from their review:

"After a day in the saddle of the Chiron, my strongest impression isn't how brutal or how fast the car is. My biggest impression is actually just how nice it is to drive," the reviewer states. "The Chiron feels incredibly refined, easy to burble about through town or comfortable enough to cover big miles on the highway."

The reviewer from Carperfection also said that the Chiron could handle very well despite its two-ton curb weight. "Bugatti has raised the bar again. Frankly, I may never be the same," the reviewer wrote.

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