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Bugatti tests the Chiron Super Sport 300+ and Centodieci at the Nürburgring

According to Bugatti, the development engineers take over the driving characteristics of the current Divo and Chiron Sport in order to compare new models such as the Centodieci. The Chiron Super Sport 300+, for example, is trimmed for longitudinal dynamics and has a longer tail to handle speeds of up to 275 mph, but must also be able to handle the narrower things.

“Of course, the Chiron Super Sport 300+ has to deliver a very powerful drive even on narrow stretches,” explains Jachin Schwalbe. After the route tests, the cars will be used on normal public roads in order to further optimize driving characteristics and driving behavior. With 33 left and 40 right turns and a total length of almost 21 kilometers, the Nürburgring is the perfect playground for the world’s most exotic hypercars and an important reason why these big Bugattis drive so well.

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