Here we have a National Geographic documentary about the manufacturing process of Bugatti Veyron. The $1,700,0000 supercar is man-made, as you will see in the videos. Buggati Veyron is capable to develop an impressive 1001 horsepower from a 8.0-liter W16 quad-turbocharged engine. The maximum torque is 1250 Nm at 2200-5500 rpm.
The acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is achieved in 2.5 seconds while the top speed slighty exceed the 400 km/h level. In order to calm down the 1001 horsepower, there were used alot of rigid materials common to airplanes not to cars. We are talking mostly about the brakes, made of very hard materials, like the ones at airplanes.
The documentary have 4 parts, but I promise you that is worthy to watch them totally. The videos are in High Definition format, so you can enjoy the full video experience in HD while watching the manufacturing process of one of the most impressive supercar in the world.
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I think that this vehicle is WAAAAYYY over priced.