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Bugatti Chiron: What It's REALLY Like To Drive Properly - Carfection (4K)

May 01, 2020
I'm going to start right when the engine won't start, just stop the engine before going anywhere. I just want to say something about this car because I know it costs two and a half million pounds, but it's always very difficult to understand it in a video which I can't tell you, you

really

know without you being here and being able to touch everything, it's just the tactile sensation All in all, it feels like so much money in all the controls, it might seem like this was actually taken out of an R8. even though it's a one-piece aluminum machine and all that, but shifting here is so oily that you won't feel a shift like this in any other car, from the vents to the gear selector and the stitching in the leather, the Bugatti has a depth of material quality behind every click, push or rotation that can never be fully conveyed simply by sight, you

really

need to feel it, consider for a moment a plate of Michelin-starred food on your TV screen, for example. very beautifully arranged on a plate and no matter how well you think you know the individual ingredients, only by tasting them can you understand the true magic inherent in the land and the same goes for the Cheryl, although as much as you love the Bugatti, in reality I wouldn't recommend licking it, but

what

's it like to

drive

?
bugatti chiron what it s really like to drive properly   carfection 4k
I think we're going to find out

what

I really wanted to get out of driving this year today is to discover not what it's like in a straight line because everyone said that, let's face it, it's almost impossible to describe. how fast it is, but what I really want to know is what is this car like when you find a good back road with some twists and turns, changes in camber, fortunately they can be

drive

n hidden in the hills, not far from the Bugatti Factory is the period of perfect time. Complicated enough to test the shear, but still wide enough that it doesn't look like a speedboat in a pool, but just before we get there there is a quick detour I want to make as we're driving on the roads around mulch.
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There is one place in particular that I wanted to stop at. That's here. This is the monument to Jean Bugatti. He was killed here testing the type 57 marine tank, which is just one of the most. in 1939 and this is the account August 11, 1939 at the end of the day this series of tests ended mr. Shaw and Robear's mechanic get out of the car and smoke a cigarette suddenly John says wait a minute. I'm going to drive up and down again. Rob looks at how the car handles over this bump John spins into the little nine-speed crossover. The car accelerates furiously and reaches 200 kilometers per hour.
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Suddenly, a cyclist comes off a mud track trying to avoid him. John crashes into a tree on the right side of the road. The car literally explodes, leaving John with no chance of survival. It was very tragic and to be honest he never recovered from this at the time John had pretty much taken over the daily running and total petty business of matauri, his father and some of the most beautiful iconic cars that Bugatti ever created. produced things like the Atlantic that can still be seen in the shear today and that is to find an original split rear window where John's design was carried out, the exhumation up there wrote the code directly in those days and it seems appropriate to present your respects to the man who gave so much to be a moving and gassy pilgrimage, it's time to see if the Sheridan is a car that John a Natori could have been proud of, so we have eb mode, which is effectively auto mode , then we go into highway mode, which gives the car some brakes. and raise the rear wing a little bit and now we have the drive mode that is different as a suspension, relaxes the stability control and adds some weight to the steering another four degrees to that rear wing and this is a cut in full attack.
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Are you ready, get out of the car? Yes, hope among journalists is reduced and now braking is simply a great need to get the car into the corners. I have a lot of weight behind you, but it's actually very well controlled, so it doesn't feel like you. You've got a big ol' backpack on your back, you can be patient when you want to get the nose into the corner and then back up to the top of the building, that momentum in the corners, the steering has a useful way of doing it, so you want being on the power at the beginning of the cornering ratio the second question I really wanted to answer is how is this different from a Veyron it's just a modified version of the old car the biggest difference is in the corners because they run you've never felt like that the water turns the tightness in the corner the tires too much because you felt like you wouldn't really know what was going on this is much better actually it feels encouraging with the lawyer feel the front most important you can feel the back of the car I feel like you can control the weight, especially on the downhills and in the corners, yes, you feel that the weight is getting on you a little bit, but you can't control it.
The thing with Ronny happens, it feels like a car lighter than I had imagined actually changes direction, but lying down it weighs two tons, the weight of the steering is taken off and you can make it move a little on the exit Authority, which which is not something I expected at all, it has that very defined and agile four-wheel drive that we're driving, they just feel it. on the outside of the wheel it shines through the canvas in the way it disguises its weight it is not intrusive it is not at all unsettling nor have they changed the width of the tires compared to a Veyron, so they reached 85 in the front three five five in the back which is bigger in the front but smaller in the back than before to give a little bit of feel to your feel.
We really felt that yes, you have to wait in the corners, get back on the gas, but you can really use it in the corners. the brakes make the nose enjoy all that power somehow dynamically it feels like some kind of monstrous Incredible Hulk version of an Audi r8 no, it can't completely disguise its weight, but once you've seen the size of the monstrous engine and In the gearbox you understand why it weighs less than two tons and you also wonder how it manages to hide that mass so well. It's also worth remembering that if the Chiron were 300 kilos lighter it simply wouldn't be as fast as it would be.
It could not deploy its full power so effectively. I remember exactly the same argument presented by the engineers of the Nissan GTR r35, another heavy but surprisingly effective car. There were really two things I wanted to take advantage of today. I guess I wanted to know what the Sharon was like on a narrow, twisty road, not just on a fast straight, which is where everyone sees it, and I also wanted to know how different it is from the Veyron and, in many ways, those two things They're very interconnected because I think the biggest difference really is how the car feels on those roads.
I think the Veyron is always better than people really gave it credit for on that twisty stretch of road, but you never felt like you wanted to push it to the limit. It was capable of being fast at the limit of its tires, but it wasn't necessarily that interactive. This is a very different proposal. You can really speed it up. The ability to turn into a downhill corner that feels a little off-camber and feel like the car just goes out a little. way or hit the accelerator early, wake up those turbos and you have to accelerate a little earlier because it's not instantaneous and then exhaust the power and feel the outside rear wheel spin a little more. extraordinary and yes, the connection with the tires in the program is much greater through the steering and through your butt through the seat of your pants, the ability of the shared arms to go over 260 miles per hour is what defines much of this car in its condition.
I salute his physical properties and people's perception of him being a one-trick pony and it's that last point I wanted to get to the bottom of while hiding some more than decent numbers on the show. I didn't get anywhere close to that incredible peak. speed during my time with it and I guess the big question is whether I came away feeling like I'd missed out as a result, if you don't experience that great figure in a straight line, we take it to a more performance car playground. conventional and judge it by parameters that ignore the headline number, does the response still absolutely excite and impress?

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