Weber Sportcars Wants To Beat Bugatti Veyron

Posted: May 7 2007, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:44am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Weber Sportcars wants to beat Bugatti Veyron
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Swiss Weber Sportcars wants to make the fastest street legal sports car. A title the amazing Bugatti Veyron currently holds.

Weber designed a super sportscar with intelligent 4-wheel drive a chassis made from high-strength airplane aluminum, a body completely made of carbon and a sequential, semi-automated transmission. The weight is 1,100kg.

The Swiss company put a 7.0l V8 supercharged mid mounted and intercooled engine 900hp and 1050Nm into the car.
Currently the company states that the top speed is over 249mph (400km/h). The Bugatti Veyron has a top speed of 253mph (407km/h). German Bild Zeitung reports that the Weber Sportcars will soon have the prototype try to beat the Bugatti Veyron 16.4.
Where they will not beat Bugatti is in the design. The Weber car is just not attractive. The Veyron has a fantastic design (photo below). At a price-tag of about $1,400,000 it has to look good.

More information available on the Weber Sportcars site and on the Bugatti site.

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