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“The gargantuan power generated by the Chiron’s quad-turbo W16 engine — essentially two V8s magically fused into a single, pulsating reactor — can thrust the car to velocities only attainable on closed circuits with multi-mile straightaways, and is best managed by drivers who truly know what they’re doing. But even if 300 mph can be attained — and beaten — by a production car, Chiron or not, what’s the point? Will the next iteration be even faster? At some point this cycle will end; it’s only a question of when.
And for that, we can only wait. Bugatti will undoubtedly find a role for Chiron’s eventual successor, and we will undoubtedly marvel and rewrite the books on what cars can do. That’s the magic, and the suspense, of evolution. Is this the last great hypercar? Maybe. But maybe not.” — Eric Adams from Gear Patrol Magazine: Issue Three