Manufacturer : Bugatti
Productions : 1951
Engine : inline 8 cylinder, 135.7 PS (99,50 kW or 133,33 HP) at 5500 Rev. per min.
Transmission : 4 speed manual transmission
Source : wikipedia.org
In order to restart Bugatti, a new car was needed for the 1950s. The result was the 1951 Type 101. An evolution of the Type 57, it is considered by many[who?] to be the last true Bugatti car, with just seven produced through 1956. Powered by the 3.3 L (3257 cc/198 in³) straight-8 from the Type 57. The seven chassis were bodied by four different coachbuilders:Gangloff, Guillore, Antem, and Virgil Exner/Ghia.
Bugatti Type 57SC Gangloff Drop Head Coupe 1937 is the most expensive car ever purchased at auction, when an anonymous bidder spent an estimated 30 million dollars. That car is in the Oxnard, CA museum called Mullin Automotive Museum. It is from the Ralph Lauren collection.
Motor type / Number of cylinders: W16
Cylinder capacity: 7,993 cm
Power output: 736 KW (1,001 hp) at 6,000 rpm
Max. torque: 1,250 Nm from 2,200 – 5,500 rpm
Gearbox: 7 Gear DSG
Drive: All wheels
Top speed: 407 km/h
+ 2.5 sec 0-100 km/h
+ 7.3 sec 0-200 km/h
+ 16.7 sec 0-300 km/h
Braking distance: 31.4 m 100-0 km/h
Gearbox shift time:
Length: 4,462 mm
Width: 1,998 mm
Height, normal position: 1,204 mm
Wheel base: 2,710 mm
Curb weight: 1,888 kg
Max. permitted laden weight: 2,200 kg
Tank capacity: 100 l
Tyres, front: 265-680 ZR 500A (99Y) PAX System
Tyres, rear: 365-710 ZR 540A (108Y) PAX System
In town: 40.4 l
Out of town: 14.7 l
Combined: 24.1 l
Manufacturer : Chrysler
Productions : 1995
Source : netcarshow.com
The Chrysler Atlantic was a concept car created by Car Manufacturer DaimlerChrysler under the Chrysler marque. It was first shown in the year of 1995. The Atlantic was designed by Bob Hubbach and was based on the well-known classic supercar, the Bugatti Atlantic.
The Atlantic seems to have a lot of similarities to the original Bugattis, For one thing, the Chrysler Atlantic has a straight-8-engine, just like it’s preedecessor. A second similaity (possibly the most obvious) is the car’s look. It is basically a modern interpretation of it’s predecessor. The Atlantic Concept has around 360 horsepower and uses manual transmission.