|Bugatti Veyron 16.4 '09|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo PSP|
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||ST|
|Interior in GT6||Detailed|
|Engine||VW Group 8.0-liter WR16 quad turbo|
|Max Power||987 BHP (1001PS)|
|0-60 Mph||2.46 seconds|
|Standing Quarter Mile||10.2 seconds|
|Top Speed||409 kilometres per hour (254 mph)|
|Length||4,462 millimetres (175.7 in)|
|Width||1,998 millimetres (78.7 in)|
|Height||1,159 millimetres (45.6 in)|
|Weight||1,888 kilograms (4,160 lb)|
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is a vehicle featured on Gran Turismo PSP, Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo 6. It entered production in 2005 and was for a time the fastest road-legal production car in the world.
Due to the weight of the Veyron, it is quite difficult to corner at racing speed. As such it requires quite careful braking when approaching a corner. (Especially in top speed mode (375 kph))
"The incredible monster machine capable of exceeding 375 km/h using a special key."
It is one of the most fabled marques in the history of the automobile. Ettore Bugatti's cars were so technologically advanced in the 1930's that they remained quite competitive in numerous racing categories...for about two decades. Imagine a contemporary Formula 1 team or sports car trying to make that claim. But the new Bugatti Veyron created by German car maker Volkswagen was without question the single greatest supercar of the modern era.
Its quad-turbo, 8.0-liter, W-16 engine produced a mind-numbing 987 HP at 6000 rpm. Its transmission was an ultra smooth, quick shifting 7-speed DSG developed exclusively to the Veyron. Its performance numbers were downright scary, with a 0-62 mph time of 2.5 seconds, a 0-186 mph dash in 16.7 seconds. Its braking was impressive, coming to a stop from 62 mph in a distance of 103.0 ft and only 2.3 seconds.
Then there's the price: 1 million Euros (about $1.4 million).
The Veyron was capable of such high speed, said to be over 249 mph, that the vehicle's ride height and rear wing angles changed in three positions: standard, top speed, and handling mode. To enter the top speed mode enabling speeds of over 233 mph, a special separate key is needed to be inserted when the car was at a standstill. Everything about the Veyron, its price, performance, limited quantity, and top speed, was completely over-the-top. That's why it rested atop the pinnacle of the super exotic car universe when it went on sale.
This car can be purchased for 2,000,000 Credits.
The Bugatti Veyron is acquired by completing the Gran Turismo World Championship in the Professional Series in A-Spec. It also occasionally shows up in the Used Car Dealership, and can be purchased for 2,000,000 credits.
This car can be purchased for 2.000.000 Credits. It now has a detailed interior.
- Despite being a 2009 vehicle, it is categorized as a Standard vehicle in Gran Turismo 5 as it was ported from Gran Turismo PSP. As such, it is only purchasable second-hand.
- The lights on the Veyron are always turned on, even in its menu icon.
- This was fixed in GT6, as the Veyron will only turn its lights on when in dark environments.
- In GT5, this vehicle can be found in the Used Car Dealerships with a mileage of 0 km. This is an odd thing, because cars with a 0 km mileage can't be defined as Used Cars but rather New Cars (or in the case of returning cars from previous GT games, Legendary Cars).
- However, if one looks back to GT4, there are Used Cars with a mileage of 10 km, which means that as long as the car has a simple interior or Standard, even a 0 km car is still considered a Used Car.
- It is one of the few cars that can reach 400kph, along with the Red Bull X cars (excluding the Red Bull X2014 Junior) and the SRT Tomahawk X Vision Gran Turismo.