Bugatti Chiron: from zero to 400 km/h and back in just 41.96 seconds

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The publication Top Car reports that the 1,500-strong hypercar Bugatti Chiron managed to establish a new world record. To accelerate from place to 400 km/h and the subsequent complete stop, the car required only 41.96 seconds and 3,112 meters of the roadway.
Accelerating from zero to 400 km/h, Bugatti Chiron drove 2.6 km, which he overcame in 32.6 seconds. On braking the car took another 9.3 s, while the braking distance of the coupe was 491 meters.
To deliver such a record was largely due to an experienced pilot – at the wheel of the car was the ex-pilot of Formula 1, previously spoke for the team McLaren and Williams. It is noteworthy that the racer set a record without a helmet.

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