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How we filmed a Bugatti Chiron at 250mph REVEALED - YouTube
부가티 시론이 42초만에 시속 400 km를 찍는 광고 영상은 어떻게 찍었을까?, YouTube
이 영상 50초부터 보면 부가티 시론이 엄청나게 빠르게 가속하는 걸 볼 수 있다.
https://youtu.be/PkkV1vLHUvQ?t=50
이렇게 빠른 자동차를 어떻게 찍었나? 바로 또다른 한 대의 부가티 시론이 바로 앞에서 따라가면서 찍었다.
bugatti  chiron  Advertisement  car  automobile  2020 
2 hours ago by yun
1500-HP Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Is a $3.6 Million Apex Hunter
The handling-focused Chiron loses weight and adds downforce.
Bugatti goes for sport purists with the Pur Sport version of its Chiron, with a 110-pound weight loss plus changes to the transmission and the suspension, among other improvements.
The Chiron Pur Sport keeps the 1500-hp quad-turbo W-16 of the regular Chiron.
Then there's that massive wing. The Pur Sport will go into production later in 2020, in a limited edition of 60.
Bugatti has long been a purveyor of fast cars—the fastest, actually. In fact, last year, Bugatti's Chiron Super Sport 300+ was the first production car to break the 300-mph mark, but after speaking with customers, Bugatti realized that there was also demand from its faithful to devise a variant that was more driver focused. Specializing in tackling the most demanding corners, tracks, and twisting back roads, the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is born.
cars  bugatti  review  2020s 
5 days ago by rgl7194
Preview: Matchbox Moving Parts Mix 2 & upcoming Bugatti & Lamborghini – theLamleyGroup
I took to YouTube this week to preview the upcoming Matchbox Bugatti Divo and Lamborghini Centenario, and they expectedly both got a lot of attention. What might have been lost in that video is that I also previewed Moving Parts Mix 2, which – supercars or no – is pretty loaded.
So, if you haven’t watched the video, here it is. Lots of Matchbox radness.
cars  matchbox  collecting  lamborghini  bugatti  video 
23 days ago by rgl7194
Here are your 2019 Lamley Awards winners (and losers) – theLamleyGroup
Lots of polls, thousands of votes, a ton of models, and now we are here. The 2019 Lamley Awards have come to a close, thanks to the Hot Wheels RLC year finally ending, and here are the results.
I picked the categories, you voted, and the models with the most votes were selected. My commentary is on the video, the lists are below. It was a great year.
cars  hot_wheels  matchbox  2010s  award  porsche  renault  subaru  ford  camaro  bugatti  lamborghini 
25 days ago by rgl7194
Preview: The stars aligned, the universe sighed, and Hot Wheels made a Zamac Bugatti. – theLamleyGroup
Best store exclusive line ever. With all due respect to Target’s Red Editions and Kroger, Walgreens, GameStop, Kmart, and whatever other exclusive store colors, Walmart’s Zamacs are by far tops in the store exclusive game.
Take a basic release, remove it’s base color, keep it raw, and add its existing graphics in an exclusive color and a Walmart Zamac is born. 18 a year, since 2013 I think, and what a collection it is.
Hot Wheels had done Zamacs before, even with Walmart back in 2004, but this current run is what I am referring to. I, like many of you, took to them instantly, and decided that as long as Hot Wheels and Walmart were doing them I would collect them. Whether a casting I like or not, I will keep at least one. Most I have been able to find in stores, but some I have had to procure via trade or ebay, but I am current. And it is a treat to go through all of them. The Zamac collection is a true cross section of Hot Wheels Basics over the last 5-6 years, from Ferraris to Porsches to Datsuns to Muscle to Mooneyes to generics to even a few disasters. I love seeing them together. And I hope we get 18 a year indefinitely.
I am writing this while sitting in my living room with a cup of coffee. There is even a fire in the fireplace. That means I am not getting out of this chair. Not even to walk a few feet to my office to pull out the Zamac collection and pick a few highlights. I am too comfortable. So off the top of my head, the Zamacs that come to mind as true highlights are the ghost-flame TV Batmobile – still to me the best Zamac ever – bare Ferrari F12, Dodge Demon, I think a 32 Ford with black flames, a Mooneyes Kafer Racer with aero wheels, a clean R30 Skyline and that super cool Toyo Tires 240Z, among many.
There are also signature castings that have gone Zamac. I already mentioned the TV Batmobile, but the ’55 Gasser, Datsun 510 Wagon, and R34 Skyline have gone bare as well.
Now add to that the Bugatti Chiron.
cars  hot_wheels  bugatti  collecting  zamac 
12 weeks ago by rgl7194
This Sublime Bugatti Chiron Hermès Edition Took 3 Years to Build
Revel in the beauty of this ultra-special Chiron, dipped in Hermès paint, with cashmere fabric and one-of-one badges inside.
Manny Khoshbin, a collector of exceptionally tasteful cars, just took delivery of this one-of-one Hermès Edition Bugatti Chiron bringing together the celebrated French luxury-goods designer and luxury-car specialist.
The limited-edition Chiron is dipped in Hermès Craie off white paint and has specially designed cashmere fabric on the door panels, one-of-one badges all around, and a special front horseshoe grille.
Khoshbin started collaborating with the two French brands in 2016.
California-based collector Manny Khoshbin has one of the most exclusive car collections in the United States. When Bugatti announced the Chiron, the 1500-hp replacement to the Veyron, in 2015, Khoshbin knew he wanted something more unique. To explain what "unique" means to this collector, he says he was recently offered the Chiron Super Sport 300+, but that wasn't exclusive enough. So, because of his passion for both the French luxury fashion brand Hermès and hyper-exclusive Bugattis, Khoshbin collaborated with the two French companies to build a one-of-one Hermès Edition Bugatti Chiron.
cars  bugatti  bespoke 
december 2019 by rgl7194
tesla cybertruck will join dubai's police fleet in 2020
얼마 전 화려하게 공개된 테슬라의 방탄 사이버트럭이 두바이 경찰차로 사용될 예정.
두바이 경찰 공식 트위터 계정은 이 사이버트럭 겉면에 두바이 경찰 로고를 그려진 사진을 공개하며 2020년 중 사이버트럭을 활용한 두바이 경찰차가 등장할 것을 암시.

경찰차로 뭐 이렇게 트렌디한 자동차를 고르나 의아했는데, 원래 두바이 경찰은 하이엔드 자동차를 활용해 경찰차로 이용하기로 유명하다고 함.
당연히 비용의 문제 때문에 극소수의 수량만 사용하며, 두바이 경찰의 브랜딩 전략인 듯.
지금까지 부가티 베이롱, 람보르기니, 애스턴 마틴 One-77, 벤틀린 컨티넬탈 GT, BMW i8, 포르쉐 파나메라 등을 활용한 두바이 경찰차가 있었음.
dubai  police  tesla  elon  musk  bugatti  automobile  car  fleet  designboom  veyron  lamborghini  aston  martin  bently  continental  bmw  porsche  panamera  cybertruck 
december 2019 by yun
An early look at the upcoming Matchbox Bugatti Divo. – theLamleyGroup
The Matchbox Team dropped this goodie salad on Instagram yesterday...
Lots to take in (Civic!), and most of these are partial teases. Of course that model in the back held together by a rubberband is the one that had me – and a ton of you – intrigued. The Bugatti Divo stole the show when the Matchbox Team announced it at the Gathering last July, and anticipation has been sky high.
I saw that early prepro in the photo, so I asked about it, and the Matchbox Team was nice enough to take a few pics for me to share with you. This is an early prototype, so pay no attention to the color of the body or the interior. All those details are coming. For now, enjoy these photos of the actual casting.
And it isn’t far away. It is slated for Mix 4. Remember Matchbox mixes come out every 2 months, so look for it next spring (or next fall for you folks in the Southern Hemisphere).
cars  matchbox  bugatti  instagram  preview 
november 2019 by rgl7194
Julian's Hot Wheels Blog: 2016 Bugatti Chiron (New for 2019! - HW Exotics)
A lot of us collectors have been looking forward to this one! Glad to see a Bugatti car back in the mainline.
cars  hot_wheels  bugatti  collecting 
october 2019 by rgl7194
These McLaren F1s and Bugatti EB110s were the stars of Car Week | Ars Technica
Four F1s and four EB110s were among the cars at this year's Quail event.
CARMEL, Calif.—Quick question: what's the greatest car of all time? If, like me, you got into cars in the 1990s, that's an easy one to answer—it's the McLaren F1, of course. By the late 1980s, the McLaren Formula 1 team had won almost everything there was to win, and its head designer Gordon Murray was getting bored. To keep him on the payroll and entertained, McLaren approved his plan to build a road car without compromise. It would have three seats, with the driver in the middle. There would be a naturally aspirated V12, a six-speed manual transmission, and no driver aids at all. Along the way, Murray and co. created a car that managed to be leagues faster than anything that came before it, and almost everything that has come since. It even proved to be a pretty good racing car, winning Le Mans on its debut in 1995.
So you can imagine the size of my grin when I discovered not one but four McLaren F1s were basking in the sun at this year's Quail Motorsports Gathering, which took place last Friday as part of Monterey Car Week. As you'll see from the photos above, I even ran into Murray himself.
And as you'll note from the photos immediately below this text, the F1s weren't the only megastars of the mid-90s in attendance. There were also four Bugatti EB110s, a car that were it not for the McLaren would have worn the supercar crown throughout the decade. The EB110 also featured a carbon-fiber monocoque chassis, a V12 engine, and a six-speed gearbox, but the V12 was a 3.5L affair with four turbochargers, and the transmission sent power to all four wheels. It's a part of the marque's history that modern Bugatti has shied away from in the past, but as you'll see that's beginning to change. Did I mention there were a ton of photos in this post? You should definitely scroll through all of them because that's where I've hidden the story.
cars  bugatti  mclaren  auto_show  california  porsche 
september 2019 by rgl7194
2019 Hot Wheels - #236 '16 Bugatti Chiron - New Model - Hall's Guide for Hot Wheels Collectors
Episode 326 – Here it is: the world’s fastest production car. The ’16 Bugatti Chiron is a New Model found in the 2019 Hot Wheels M Case. Find out why Bugatti’s have been some of the most sought after Hot Wheels vehicles.
cars  hot_wheels  bugatti  video 
september 2019 by rgl7194
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ Went Airborne During Record Run
Driver Andy Wallace describes the moment the Chiron prototype left the ground at 277 mph
If you watch the in-cabin video from Bugatti's recent 304.77-mph record run at Ehra Lessein, you might not think there was too much drama going on. Aside from the scenery going by at mind-bending speeds, the car looked stable and steering corrections were kept to an absolute minimum. But in an interview with Australian publication Wheels, there was one point where all four wheels left the ground.
“There is a surface change [on the straight], and I was calling it a ramp and jump, and everyone was wondering why I was calling it that,” Wallace told Wheels. “That was until they looked at the data, and they realized that it actually is a jump," he explained. "This occurs at 447kmh [approximately 277 mph] on that fast run."
“It goes from a nice smooth surface, to an older surface," Wallace added. "It felt to me inside the cabin that it was all coming off the ground and then coming down.
The thing is, if you go back and watch the video, you can actually see the jump take place at 277 mph. It's very subtle, and looks like a small bump on camera, but it's there. Here, watch for yourself...
bugatti  cars  performance  record  vide 
september 2019 by rgl7194
Bugatti Launches Limited Chiron Super Sport 300+, World's Fastest Production Car
Same spec as record-breaking car that passed 300 mph at Ehra-Lessien test track.
Bugatti just revealed that it set a production-car record with its 300-plus-mph run in a Chiron a week ago; now it's offering a very limited-edition Super Sport 300+ model that is basically the same car.
The Super Sport 300+ will have a 1578-hp version of the W-16.
This one, though, will have a standard ride height—and a passenger seat.
When we told you about Bugatti's record-setting 304.773-mph run in the Chiron last week, the company was already hinting that it would make a limited-run production car with similar specs. We didn't have long to wait, with the Super Sport 300+ being officially unveiled to owners who are taking part in the company's 110th-anniversary tour in Europe last night.
The Super Sport 300+ will come with the same naked carbon finish as the record-setting car, with an equally snazzy set of orange stripes. (Buyers will be able to specify other finishes, but there would seem little point buying an undercover version of the record-setting car.)
bugatti  cars  performance  record 
september 2019 by rgl7194
The Bugatti Chiron Hits 304 MPH in World Record Top Speed Run - The Drive
Your move, Koenigsegg.
Ever since the Bugatti Chiron waltzed onto the scene in all its 1,479-horsepower glory, the car's pesky speed limiter—a paltry 261 mph, 7 ticks lower than the record-setting Veyron it replaced—left us wondering if and when Bugatti intended to max it out. Friends, that time is now. The Bugatti Chiron has officially broken the mythic 300-mph mark, an achievement that should be followed by an uber-limited run of capable customer cars.
Last month, a modified Bugatti Chiron coyly described as a "pre-production prototype" hit a GPS-verified 304.773 mph in Germany with ace pilot Andy Wallace at the wheel to conditionally reclaim the title of the fastest production car in the world from the Koenigsegg Agera RS. Obviously Bugatti will have to sell a few to cement the record, and the press release's careful wording hints at those plans. Some internet sleuthing by Car & Driver revealed it might called the Chiron Super Sport 300.
bugatti  cars  performance  record  the_drive 
september 2019 by rgl7194
Bugatti Chiron Passes 300 MPH, Sets New World Record
Driver Andy Wallace talks C/D through the fastest run.
Factory test driver Andy Wallace piloted a slightly modified Bugatti Chiron to an official 304.773 mph at the Ehra-Lessien test track in Germany.
The car has a slightly more powerful version of the Chiron's quad-turbo W-16 tuned to make 1600 horsepower.
Bugatti president Stephan Winkelmann says this is it; Bugatti is going to stop going for speed records now and will "concentrate on other areas."
Ever since the Bugatti Chiron was launched, with a 261-mph speed limiter, we've been desperate to know what it could manage if let off the leash. Now Bugatti has done that at the vast Ehra-Lessien test track in Germany; the car smashed both the production-car record and the 300-mph barrier.
Factory test driver Andy Wallace, who previously set production-car records in both the Jaguar XJ220 and the McLaren F1, drove a slightly modified Chiron to a time, certified by the German TÜV organization, of 304.773 mph.
bugatti  cars  performance  record 
september 2019 by rgl7194
Bugatti found out just how fast the Chiron is, flat-out: 305 mph | Ars Technica
It set the record at Ehra-Lessien, a test track with a 5.4-mile straight.
When it comes to the vital statistics of a modern hypercar, surely none have as little relevance as its top speed. You can make use of a sub three-second 0-60mph time in most parts of the world without causing a ruckus—just find the nearest toll booth on a highway. Pin the throttle flat and for a brief moment, until respect for one's fellow humans or fear of the speeding ticket takes over, it's possible to experience all of the torque and power. But reaching the Vmax for most of these hand-built exotics remains an abstract idea, even on Germany's derestricted Autobahns.
However, there is one paved road long and flat enough to finally run out of steam. It's at a Volkswagen-owned test track in a town called Ehra-Lessien in Germany, located a few miles from the company's Wolfsburg HQ. Among its features are a 12-mile (20km) high-speed circuit that includes a 5.4-mile (8.7km) straight, just the thing for finding out a very fast top speed. In 1998 it's where McLaren found out its F1 road car would reach 240.1mph (386.4km/h), and where Bugatti then beat that production record with the 253.8mph (408.5km/h) Veyron in 2007.
Fast forward another nine years and Bugatti replaced the Veyron with the Chiron, another scarab-like hypercar but this time with an even more powerful 8L W16 engine, packing almost 1,500hp (1,103kW). But when the new car arrived, Bugatti revealed that its top speed was actually electronically limited to a maximum of 261mph (420km/h). It could theoretically go faster than that but its specially designed Michelin tires would fail under the extreme forces. Presumably that fact must have been gnawing away at Bugatti's bosses, because the company decided to do something about that.
cars  driving  performance  bugatti  record 
september 2019 by rgl7194
This is what it’s like driving a Bugatti Chiron at 305mph | Ars Technica
We caught up with Bugatti's Le Mans-winning test driver at the Frankfurt auto show.
FRANKFURT, GERMANY—As the twin forces of efficiency and safety change the vehicles around us to meet the needs of the 21st century, there's not much day-to-day relevancy in how fast a car can go on a straight and flat enough road. Just about any new car sold today will happily cruise 20-30mph (30-65km/h) faster than even the most permissive speed limits outside a few stretches of German Autobahn. Even on the derestricted stretches, you might struggle to find yourself traffic-free long enough to exercise a supercar up to 200mph, and anything beyond that has always been more of an academic exercise than anything else. Unless your name is Andy Wallace, that is.
The British racing driver's initial big result came at Le Mans in 1988, the first of many in a success-filled career racing sports prototypes. That first win was back when the Mulsanne Straight really was flat-out for 3.7 miles (6km), which meant going a little faster than 247mph (398km/h) for most of the 394 laps it took to win that year. So it shouldn't be surprising that Wallace has gotten the call when someone needed a production car tested at that kind of velocity. He was behind the wheel of the record-setting McLaren F1 at Ehra-Lessien in 1998 and then again with an even faster Bugatti in 2007. That association continues to this day, most recently experiencing the 305mph (495km/h) Vmax of the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+.
He told me that things are actually pretty calm as long as you're in the first 95% of the Bugatti's speed envelope. "Up to about 450km/h (280mph), everything's absolutely fine. When you start to go past that, you have to be really, really careful with your inputs. Partly because of all the inertia in the wheels; they have this gyroscope effect. You definitely feel like you've lost some of the influence of where the car goes," he explained.
cars  driving  performance  bugatti  record 
september 2019 by rgl7194
Bugatti Centodieci, a 1577-HP Hypercar, Revealed at Pebble Beach
Inspired by the EB110, limited to 10 copies, priced starting above $8 million, all sold.
Bugatti's newest limited-edition hypercar, the Centodieci, gets unique bodywork and luxury features to make it even more exclusive than other Bugattis.
Although its top speed is 25 mph less than the Chiron's, its 1577-hp quad-turbo W-16 ensures it's the quickest-accelerating Bugatti to date.
The Centodieci made its debut at Pebble Beach in the leadup to the Concours d'Elegance.
Automakers often turn to past glories to draw inspiration for new models. Yet the surprise for the new Bugatti Centodieci, which has just been unveiled at Pebble Beach during Concours d'Elegance week, is which former model has played muse to it: the Centodieci pays homage to the EB110, as its name (which translates to "110") suggests.
Although one of the fastest cars of its era, the EB110 has never been regarded as a success. The Bugatti brand had been lying dormant for decades before it was revived by Italian businessman Romano Artioli in the late 1980s. An all-new factory was constructed at Campogalliano, Italy, near Modena to make the new model, which featured such innovative technology as a carbon-fiber core structure and a 553-hp 60-valve quad-turbocharged V-12.
cars  bugatti  hypercar  preview 
august 2019 by rgl7194
Hopefully Hot Wheels doesn’t mess with the Bugatti Chiron deco in future releases. There are too many cool versions to do. – theLamleyGroup
The standard seems to be this:
Hot Wheels creates the first release of a basic licensed New Model in a stock or stock-like deco. There is a good chance a recolor is done in the same way. But after that, releases could be in all kinds of made up graphics. Custom stripes for example.
Mixing it up works. The side silhouette of a model as it sits in the blister is obviously important for those passing the pegs looking for a $1 toy to buy. Grab their attention and compel them to snag it. But card art is helping more than ever, with individual renderings on the card to attract attention as well.
So to me, that means more stock versions, if applicable. Enter the Bugatti Chiron.
This is a fabulous new model, hitting stores now, and it doesn’t need anymore hype. The collector world is ready to gobble it up. Hot Wheels in introducing it in a beautiful deep blue stock look, with the iconic front grill and side silver trim. It’s fantastic. It doesn’t appear that a second color is planned for 2019, so we wait and see what happens in 2020. I hope we see it again, just like this, only in a new color.
Two-tone would be ideal, but for a $1 car that can’t happen. Premium it can.
I mention all this because I saw these fantastic renderings by Lamley Reader Tanishq Chauhan yesterday on the LGG Facebook Group. He took the photograph above, edited in Y5 basic wheels, and had his way with all kinds of colors and combinations. The Chiron, like the Veyron before it, was built to don any color, so there is your customization. No need to add extra stripes or anything. Tanishq‘s photos show all the other things Hot Wheels can do.
By the way, Tanishq is darn good photographer of the real cars. You should follow him...
Here are all the renderings he did. Collecting the Chiron could be a blast. Which one do you want to see first?
cars  hot_wheels  bugatti  design  color 
august 2019 by rgl7194

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