On April 29, 2005, the Veyron 16.4 reached a top speed of 253.81 mph—but the French marque had more in store.
The 3D 16-cylinder engine includes moving pistons and crankshaft.
Limited to 60 examples, the handling-focused variant is priced about £750,000 higher than the original model.
The company’s CEO said a potential second vehicle wouldn’t just be for weekends.
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These details make the French supercar marque even more amazing in our book.
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The modified version of the vehicle hit a top speed of 304.77 mph during testing at Volkswagen Group’s Ehra-Lessien test track in Germany early last month.