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    1970 bugatti veyron

    1970 bugatti veyron

    A standard XK would reach mph as claimed, and the fastest standard XK was timed at At the following year's show came the whole package, styled by Marcello Gandini at Bertone and the first Lamborghini to take the name of a fighting bull. Electric Vehicle Ettore Bugatti originally developed this little electrically powered two-seater because he wanted a vehicle with which he could easily drive around the plant and its vicinity. Indeed, it's a speed you never see on any racetrack because the straights on a racetrack are not long enough.

    1970 bugatti veyron

    1970 bugatti veyron

    1970 bugatti veyron

    1970 bugatti veyron

    1970 bugatti veyron

    The fastest cars in history: to now

    Updated February 5, There's only one fastest car in the world at any given time, and the car that holds that title has captured the public's imagination since the first flurry of speed record attempts in the early s. Here's a detailed look at the last seven decades of the world's fastest production cars — from until now.

    We elected to use WW2 as the break in the history because not enough reliable data is available prior to WW2 to make definitive statements about performance. We'll chart the first 50 years of automotive history from through to WW2 in upcoming articles, but because of these constraints the tone will be slightly different. The most recent 70 years is the easiest period to cover, because the technology quickly evolved following WW2 to accurately record times, and the most recent part of this story is well documented through our 15 year archives.

    1970 bugatti veyron

    Just the same, we added in a few likely contenders in the post-war period which were arguably, depending on the rules you wish to apply, among the fastest production cars of their day. The lack of a suitable authority is also an issue, because it seems that there are few manufacturers who aren't prepared to fudge the rules just a bit to claim the prize.

    All of the above adds up to some confusing anomalies in the list as you can see in the chart below, but for the sake of thoroughness — and because we love a good argument — we've included all of the cars we consider contenders. The first successful speed record attempt for a production car after WW2 was made by the two-door Healey Elliott in Achieving a top speed of Noted British designer, driver and entrepreneur Donald Healey took his latest design — the Healey Elliott 2.

    1970 bugatti veyron

    Marqueart has the full story on the Healey Elliott including magazine and newspaper clippings of the attempts. Without doubt, the immediate post-WW2 Alfa Romeo 6C Super Sport was one of the fastest cars in the world when production recommenced in Though it had officially been in production since , the car had been evolving for two decades prior to that and had won numerous Le Mans 24 Hour Races and been one of the fastest of the pre-WW2 road cars.

    Those cars pictured have all sold recently at auction. Following criticism that the fuel available to the British public was inferior to the fuel used in Italy in the first record attempt, Healey took the car to a closed motorway near Jabbeke, Belgium, for an observed run on British fuel where the car was timed at Healey continues to play a prominent role in performance history and is best known for the Austin Healey and more recently, the Jensen Healey.

    It seems the Healey Elliott's place in history has not registered on the auction block just yet, with similar cars fetching perhaps just 50 percent more in British sales, making this the most affordable of all the cars on this post-WW2 list. All three of these cars featured in the results of the Le Mans 24 hour race when it reconvened from onwards.

    1970 bugatti veyron

    A Tbased open wheeler won two major Grands Prix in , then took outright first place in the Le Mans 24 hour race, finishing second in the world's most important race again in car pictured above.

    In its initial road guise, Talbot-Lago's new cc six-cylinder in-line engine produced a reported bhp, while the twin-plug version from onwards was officially quoted at bhp for the coupe above version. The company's glory years were undoubtedly before the war when it produced successful racing cars and the highest-priced performance road cars available.

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