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This is the Bugatti Chiron.
It's a $2.6 million hypercar that is set to obliterate every speed record out there.
How does 261 miles per hour sound? And that's out of the showroom. With better tires, this car should be able to go even faster.
But even when sitting still beneath a street light, it looks remarkably good.
From any angle.
The EB is for Ettore Bugatti, the automaker's founder, and the sliding chrome line along the side of the car is meant to evoke his signature.
Beneath here is the heart of the beast, a 1,479-horsepower W16 engine.
Its details are absolutely stunning. You could spend hours looking at this car and not get bored.
Even the taillights are a remarkable engineering accomplishment, a single bar of aluminum with 64 LEDs embedded across.
Four exhaust pipes vent out the rear, a further two duct directly down into the road.
The Chiron is a remarkable accomplishment, and a very, very rare bird. Click or swipe through for plenty more photos.