16.4 Coupe AWD
Original MSRP: $1,500,000
1 national listing
Air Conditioning Automatic climate control front air conditioning · Single front air conditioning zones
Airbags Dual front airbags
Audio System Single disc in-Dash CD · Premium Brand: Burmester · AM/FM radio · Total Number of Speakers: 8 · 400 watts
Brakes ABS: 4-wheel · Braking assist · Electronic brakeforce distribution · Front brake diameter: 15.7 · Front brakes: carbon ceramic disc · Rear brake diameter: 15.0 · Rear brakes: carbon ceramic disc
Comfort Features Center console trim: alloy, leather · Dash trim: alloy, leather · Door trim: leather, alloy · Shift knob trim: alloy, leather · Steering wheel trim: leather, alloy
Convenience Features Multi-function remote: keyless entry · Power steering: speed-proportional · Reading lights: front · Steering wheel: tilt-adjustable · Steering wheel mounted controls: paddle shifter · Storage: cargo net
Driver Seat Heated · Manual adjustments: 6
Drivetrain Limited slip differential: front, center
Exterior Features Rear spoiler
Headrests Front headrests: integrated, adjustable · Number of front headrests: 2
Instrumentation Clock · Compass · External temperature display · Tachometer · Trip odometer
Lights Daytime running lights · Headlights: self-leveling, HID
Mirrors Exterior mirrors: power, integrated turn signals
Passenger Seat Heated · Manual Adjustments: 6
Seats Driver seat manual adjustments: height · Front seat type: sport bucket · Passenger seat manual adjustments: height · Upholstery: premium leather
Security Power door locks
Stability and Traction Stability control · Traction control
Suspension Driver Adjustable Suspension: height · Front Suspension Classification: independent · Front Suspension Type: double wishbones · Rear Suspension Classification: independent · Rear Suspension Type: double wishbone
Telematics Phone wireless data link: Bluetooth
Tires Load Rating: 99 · Run flat · Tire Pressure Monitoring System · Type: performance
Windows Power windows · Rear defogger
Price $1,500,000 MSRP
Body Style Coupe
Engine 8.0L 1001 hp W16
Seating 2
Drivetrain AWD




Drivetrain AWD
7-Speed Dual Clutch


Driver AirbagStandard
Passenger AirbagStandard
Front Side Airbags--
Rear Side Airbags--
Curtain Airbags--
ABS BrakesStandard


Air ConditioningStandard
Leather SeatsStandard
Power SeatsDriver: Standard
Passenger: Standard
Power WindowsStandard
Power Door LocksStandard
Navigation System--
StereoRadio, CD Player


8.0L 1001 hp W16
Power 1,001 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque 922 lb-ft @ 2,200 RPM


Maximum Seating2 seats
Fuel Tank Volume26.4 gal
Front Legroom--
Back Legroom--
Wheelbase106.7 in
Length175.7 in
Width78.7 in
Height47.4 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume3.5 cu ft
Maximum Payload688 lbs
An aggregate of automotive superlatives, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 has no peer in the sports car world, being the quickest (0-60, 2.46 seconds), fastest (253 mph, observed), most powerful... Read More
An aggregate of automotive superlatives, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 has no peer in the sports car world, being the quickest (0-60, 2.46 seconds), fastest (253 mph, observed), most powerful (1,001 horsepower), and most expensive ($1.2 million) production car. Reviewers must resort to Formula 1 comparisons when describing the attributes of this grand touring supercar.
This was all Ferdinand Piech's doing, and he has quite a record. At Porsche, it was the legendary 917, at Audi the Quattro, and at VW, he got the Bugatti name for next to nothing and then began creating another automotive legend. The engine came from two 4.0-liter W-8 units put together in a DOHC, 64-valve, quad-turbocharged and intercooled configuration based on an aluminum block and heads that are direct fuel injected. The nightmare of cooling this mass of power falls to 10 heat exchangers and the exposed placement of the engine just aft of the passenger compartment.
The massive power output flows through a seven-speed DSG twin-clutch transmission that feeds a permanent four-wheel-drive system with a dynamic torque split that sends 70-80% to the rear wheels. With 150-millisecond shifts via paddles behind the steering wheel, there is no nudge in the back, only a change in engine note - a remarkable accomplishment for a transmission managing more than 1,000 horsepower. The brakes add to the aggregate of automotive superlatives, being capable of pulling this 4,300-pound car from 80 mph to a stop in just under 200 feet.
The suspension hydraulics shift either automatically or manually to one of three height adjustments. The "Standard" setting offers 4.9 inches of clearance for speeds up to 138 mph; "Handling," designed for speeds up to 233 mph, offers 3.1 in. front/3.7 rear; and the "Top Speed" setting, which requires separate key activation, sits at 2.6 in. clearance in front and 2.8 in back and closes the front diffuser flaps when soaring above 233 mph. In addition, a rear wing and tail spoiler above it extend or retract according to the aerodynamic requirements dictated by the car's speed.
Can this be automotive nirvana? One "truth" seeker found the driving experience, while blasting through Sicily no less, incomplete. Rather, he found that all those automotive superlatives have overweighed the Bugatti Veyron to the point where "agility, intimacy, and precision" have been lost.