Used 2011 Bugatti Super Sport Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2011 Bugatti Super Sport

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The Bugatti Super Sport Coupe comes pretty loaded just the way it is. There are some interesting touches you can add to the vehicle such as your own personalization on the gas cap and we're not talking a simple sticker either. They actually etch whatever you want into it which makes the vehicle completely yours. You can even have the complete vehicle covered in carbon fiber but that will cost you an additional $500,000. If you can afford the price tag as it is then this probably would only be a drop in the bucket so why not go for it. One thing you will notice about the Bugatti Super Sport Coupe is that the exterior design has been smoothed out when compared to the previous Veyron model. It has a little more of a sleek look to it that certainly coincides with the increase to a jaw-dropping 268 maximum mile-per-hour speed rating. The rear window is almost nonexistent but rather a crazy tube-like apparatus is what the driver views when looking behind him. Just watch out for some glare off of the metallic engine parts located in the lower portion of that tube area. Of course the cabin has everything you would want in this type of vehicle including leather seating and hand stitched accents that pair nicely with carbon fiber touches located throughout. The interior is actually a little on the intense side stylistically speaking but anyone looking at this car in the first place will probably find it pretty cool.

You will get all the power you could possibly need out of your Bugatti Super Sport Coupe. That's because the awe-inspiring engine produces a mind blowing 1200 horsepower and 1106 pound feet of torque. Anyone looking for more might need their head examined. The top speed is a staggering 268 miles per hour but getting up to that level will take a special track and a high-level of driving expertise. Don't expect to just stomp on the gas and be able to handle that type of driving right from the get go because you just might end up testing out those front airbags in the process. The dual clutch is a seven speed automatic variety that shifts with ease and allows you to change gears manually if you so desire thanks to paddle shifters. You can make it up to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds which is a hair quicker than the previous Veyron model. You will get the dual airbags we just mentioned along with traction control and stability control as well. Don't stray too far from the gas pumps because fuel economy is rated for 7 miles per gallon city and 15 miles per gallon highway. This means you get stuck paying a hefty gas guzzler tax on top of the import fees when you buy this vehicle in the states.

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