The Bugatti Veyron is the new generation of supercars from the French company Bugatti, and the company has produced different models of it in recent years. With a top speed of 416 km / h in the base model, the Bugatti Veyron takes just 5 seconds to reach 100 km / h and zero again. Now, for the first time, this attractive hypercar has been tested on a dynamometer.
Equipped with 4 turbochargers, the W16 engine is capable of producing 1,500 horsepower and a maximum torque of 1,600 Nm.
This force is sent to all four wheels. Now a garage in Illinois has decided to take the Bugatti Veyron on a dynamometer and measure the engine output.
This is the first time a Bugatti Veyron has gone on a Dino outside of Bugatti.
As a result, this Bugatti Shiron Dino was able to produce 1369 horsepower and 1576 Nm of torque on the wheels. Maximum power and torque are achieved at 6620 and 5060 rpm, respectively.
Also, the car has passed this test with 93% octane fuel.
Considering the 15% power loss during power transmission, the final output will be 1574 hp.
One of the reasons that Chevron has not gone on a dino to date is its very large dimensions for existing dynamometers.
Also, to make it a dino, the floor covering of the car must be opened.
The dimensions of the car floor covering are approximately equal to 2/3 of the total car.
There are also control arms in this section that must also be opened.
The width of the dino is 2.5 meters. This is while the width of Shiron is equal to 2.03 meters.
Currently, the more powerful Chevron models include the Chevron Supercar 300+, which has a maximum power of 1,600 horsepower, and this model has been able to reach a maximum speed of 490 km / h.