None of these cars achieved their goals, but they're still worth celebrating.
Many stylistic changes. Engine upgrades, not so much.
The 90s ruled.
What could have been.
That is nothing short of astounding for a rear-wheel drive car.
On-board a Koenigsegg at 284 mph is as ridiculous as you think.
It's a lot of money, but it's also your only chance to have a Chiron right now.
The Swedish supercar was 5.52 seconds quicker, but it and the Chiron are more closely matched than you might think.
*In 1:4th scale.
In the turbo era, 150 horsepower per liter is just the beginning.
When you have the fastest car in the world, a regular camera car won't do the job.
Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Durheimer talks future plans at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
As with every part on the Chiron, the Bugatti's brakes are unlike anything else you've seen.
That is ludicrous.
Winkelmann, current Audi performance division boss, is rumored to become President of Bugatti by the end of the year.