The 1,500 HP-Bugatti Chiron Put Hypercars To Shame At The Goodwood Festival Of Speed

Goodwood Festival of Speed

After listening to its quad-turbo battle cry, you’d be afraid too.

The motto for this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed is, “Full Throttle-The Endless Pursuit of Power.” Commercial slogans or not, there’s no denying that the perfect car to use when exhibiting a pursuit of power is the Bugatti Chiron, one of the most powerful vehicles in the world. Of course the king of the hypercars was present at this year’s festival and made the hill climb among peers and subjects alike. More importantly, this is some of the first footage that exists of the Chiron in the metal and driving around.

Witness the behemoth quad-turbo W16 engine going to work on the hill with all four spools hissing and popping.

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