Bugatti Chiron sets world record with 304-mph top speed


The Bugatti Chiron is officially the world’s fastest supercar — and by quite a long shot, too. Top Gear broke the news on Monday, confirming Bugatti test driver, Andy Wallace, reached a v-max of 304.77 miles per hour on the Volkswagen Group’s Ehra-Lessien test track in Germany.

The insane top speed was verified by Germany’s TÜV, or Techincal Inspection Association, according to Top Gear. This makes the Chiron the first supercar to break the 300-mph barrier.

Someone could offer to let me do this test drive and I still wouldn’t drive this car that fast.