Bugatti's successor to the Veyron supercar, the Chiron, was unveiled in Geneva with an announced acceleration of 2.5 seconds to 62 mph, while limited to 260 mph for road use.
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At Geneva, Bugatti unveils its replacement for the Veyron, a new carbon-fiber intensive super car capable of over 270 mph.
Bugatti's Veyron was one of a kind, and since it was retired, the all-new Chiron, just unveiled in Geneva, takes its unique place as an ultrapowerful and rare work of automotive art.