2013 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse WRC


On the occasion of the Shanghai Motor Show, Bugatti unveiled a special version of the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse called WRC.
Somewhat overshadowed in recent times by the Lamborghini Aventador , Pagani Huayra , Porsche 918 , P1 McLaren and Ferrari LaFerrari , the Bugatti Veyron remembers the good memories of Chinese multibillion with a special series to celebrate the record speed of Grand Sport convertible.

Eight years after his birth, the Bugatti Veyron sees his place atop the automobile reign challenged by an armada hypercars when they are not artisans who attack his record to blows American V8 supercharged. For the Beijing Motor Show, the Mecca of luxury cars, the flagship of the Volkswagen group is trying to attract the spotlight with special edition Grand Sport Speed ​​WRC.

There is a little less than two weeks we told you that the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Speed ​​beat the world speed record for a convertible series with a peak of 409 km / h. The Franco-German manufacturer has decided to take advantage of the Shanghai Motor Show to unveil a limited edition tribute to his vehicle to record.

Called WRC for World Record For this Grand Sport Speed ​​is similar to the existing model, although some cosmetic changes were introduced. Only available in black and orange livery arancia, it also symbolizes some carbon parts like the fuel cap are present.

Orange and black are also found on board with adopting black upholstery of contrast stitching in orange. Leather, Bugatti also provides for the door trim and the Alsatian firm also offers door sill plate showing the name of this limited series.

If aesthetically almost nothing changes under the hood there is the same. We find the W16 develops a maximum power of 1,200 horses that allowed convertible to beat the world record. Sufficient to make the exercise of the 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.6 seconds power.
Produced only 8 units, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Speed ​​WRC will be sold 1.99 million euros without taxes.


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