Bugatti Veyron Super Sport Spotted Testing At The Nürburgring [VIDEO]

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is powered by a quad turbocharged, 8.0-litre 16-cylinder engine that produces an impressive 1183bhp and 1,106lb ft of torque. It is the fastest production car in the world with a limited top speed of 258mph. Despite the fact that Veyron Super Sport owns the land speed record for production cars, it is not the fastest car when it comes to Nürburgring lap times.

Nürburgring race track is sort of a holy place where every sports car is tested and being fastest there surely adds more points. We don’t know why is Bugatti teting the Veyron Super Sport at the Nürburgring, but very likely they are after a new lap record. To do that, they have to beat 6:48, set by Radical SR8LM.


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