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  • INTRODUCING...

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  • VOLKSWAGEN STARTS BEING COMPETITIVE.!THEY ARE USING THE NEW BUGATTI VEYRON

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  • YOU WILL HAVE TO AGREE

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  • It is a unique automobile with a W16 configuration ( 2 - 8 cylinders, ) resulting in 1001 HP at 6000 RMP , 1250NM , 4 TURBOS, 7 Gear Box!

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  • ITS ACCELERATION: FROM 0 TO 100 KM/H = 2.5 SECONDS!( THE SUZUKI HAYABUSA 1300 DOES 0 TO 100 KM/H IN 2.8 SECONDS)

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  • 0 TO 300 KM/H IS IN 14 SECONDS

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  • This car has two speeds capabilities. The first is 300 Km/H at 750HP, the second speed can be obtained once you have passed a special driving school at Bugatti, THEN YOU TOP OUT AT 405 Km/H using 1001HP.

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  • What is 405 Km/H? In one second you travel 113 meters !!

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  • TO SHOW ANOTHER PRESPECTIVE

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  • WHAT ARE FASTEST ENGINES AFTER THE BUGATTI?KOENIGSEGG CCR ( 388 KM/H ) MCLAREN F1 - (387 KM/H )

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  • If the McLaren and the Bugatti would start at the same time, side by side . . . then after 500 meters the McLaren would be passing thru 193Km/H and way behind the Bugatti, which would be blazing thru 321Km/H !

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  • The gasoline tank can hold 100 liters. If driving at top speed, the gastank will be empty in 12 minutes.

    There has never been a car driving at these speeds, accordingly Volkswagen requested Michelin to produce a special tire for this car.This resulted in the front tire being the new 265/30R 20 and the rear tire known as 335/30R 20.

    The brakes are truly something special, you get the warranty that this car at 405km/H will be at a standstill in 10 seconds the tires will remain intact !

    This all has to cost SOMETHING, RIGHT ????

    1.230.000(exc Tax) comparing to the( Lamborghini Murcilago at 300.000 incl Tax)Hit [ENTER] to continue automatic progression

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