The new Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse boasts a remarkable maximum torque of 1,500 Nm (at 3,000–5,000 rpm) from the 7.9-liter capacity of its W16 engine. The maximum output (1,200 hp) is reached at 6,400 rpm. These figures allow the car to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) from standing in unbelievable 2.6 seconds. The top speed of 410 km/h (255 mph) makes the four-wheel drive Vitesse (like all Veyrons) the fastest production roadster ever. The maximum speed is reached on closed tracks with special safety precautions. In “normal” handling mode, the Vitesse is electronically limited to 375 km/h (233 mph).
The case, all-wheel-drive framework and the changed ESP shape a dynamic collusion: since the reconfigured ESP kicks in somewhat later, for instance when you quicken out of corners, the Vitesse likewise gives a more dynamic execution in these circumstances. It's a given that Bugatti has adjusted the brake-cooling framework to record for the considerably higher motor yield. The brakes, which are unparalleled as far as strength and execution, now have extra and bigger air admissions.
There is no limit to the individualization choices for the Bugatti. Every one of the more than 300 Veyrons assembled is along these lines novel. This additionally applies to the uncommon version Vitesse model Bugatti is displaying at The Quail. This variant of the new roadster orientates itself at a Type 37A, which was implicit 1928, won a huge number of Grand Prix races in its time and is currently claimed by the well known TV moderator Jay Leno. The upper region of the body is done in "Bianco" including the rooftop range and the air scoops. The lower body boards (side avoiding, front spoiler, radiator grille outline and back cover with diffusor), the internal surfaces of the wheel edges and the underside of the consequently amplifying back spoiler are in "New Light Blue." The inside is to a great extent out of an honorable Cognac calfskin constructing a difference to the outgoing person outside hues. This Vitesse variant costs 1.74 million euros.