2017 Frankfurt Motor Show: High-Performance Rides

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Bugatti Chiron
Now the Chiron has a new stat to brag about. This Chiron recently went from zero to 400 km/h (249 mph) and back to zero in 41.96 seconds with race driver Juan Pablo Montoya behind the wheel. Acceleration to 400 took 32.6 seconds, and full braking (which puts 2 Gs of force on the driver) took the remaining 9.3 seconds. The time is considered a world record sprint; however, there aren’t many other production cars that can reach 249 mph, let alone do it in such a short time.

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