Auto Art 1/12 Bugatti 16.4 Veyron Blue & Black 12532BK
Auto Art produce some of the best car models ever made and this Bugatti Veyron is no
exception. In 1/12th scale it?s a big model with an actual length of 14.5"
(36.8cm) and is made up of 518 separate metal and plastic parts and weighs 2.69 kg.
Chrome-plated front grille, engine part, door handle and exhaust pipe ends.
Photo-etched metal grilles on air inlets and outlets. *
Realistic painted body shell colour. *
Fuel filler cap, wheels and front light housing are chrome-plated and painted with a matt
Working rear spoiler and support struts.
Detachable engine cover.
The engine and relevant piping system are replicated in highly detailed.
Retractable fuel filler cap.
Silver hot stamping has been used to produce the lettering on the engine block.
Fully decorated interior.
Realistic gearshift assembly, dashboard and console.
Carpeted trunk and interior.
Metal chassis with detailed replication of the suspension framework structure.
Fully-functioned suspension. Rubber cooling pipes for braking system.
Seat belts made of fabric with photo-etched plates forming the buckle.
A really lovely model, offered at a saving of ?150, it is not quite perfect but this isn't
really noticeable and it is a superb item for the car enthusiast!
Built to be pre-eminent in the rarefied super car market, the stunning Bugatti Veyron was at the edge of technical possibility. Absolute luxury, racing technology a work of art, a Bugatti! The Bugatti EB 16.4 Veyron was named after the last man to win the Le Mans 24-hour race in a Bugatti, Pierre Veyron. Bugatti wanted to build a street car that would have the world's most powerful engine with possibly a 4-digit horse power figure and be the world's fastest car at over 400 km/h. The result is a sleek, exciting sports car promising enormous power from an all-aluminum 7993 cc W 16 engine mounted longitudinally ahead of the rear axle on a separate aluminum subframe and running four KKK turbo-chargers producing 987 bhp at 6000 rpm. The top speed is estimated to be 252 mph (406 km/h), although owners wanting to test this for themselves will have to contact the factory who will dispatch a mechanic to check the car over, fit high-speed tyres and remove the electronic speed limiter especially for the purpose. Zero to 186 mph should take just fourteen seconds. The 7-speed sequential gearbox is unique in that it boasts a dual clutch transmission whereby one clutch controls gears one, three, five and seven whilst the other controls gears two, four and six, the result being a constant surge of power when accelerating. Special run-flat capability Michelin PAX tyres in 265 front and 365 rear, the largest tyre sizes ever fitted to a production car, are mounted on 20.5" (520mm) diameter 12-spoke wheels.
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