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Bugatti Chiron to get 500 km/h speedometer


The Bugatti Veyron successor, the so-called Chiron, is expected to get a new speedometer which will show a top speed of 500 km/h. In case you were wondering what happened to the official successor of the Bugatti Veyron, don’t worry, because everything is still in the graphics and every once in a while, we get a bone thrown in a report. ...
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