Case Study: Bugatti Veyron Super Cars

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Bugatti Veyron super sport
The Super Sport variant of the Veyron is perceived by Guinness World Records
Veyron super sport was the third model by Bugatti the super car clocked a speed of 431 km/h which is 268 mp/h
• A W-16 engine that can produce 1,200horsepower
• A top speed of 250+ mph (400+ kph)
• A zero-to-60 time of three seconds
• A zero-to-180 time of 14 seconds
• A price tag somewhere in the $1.2 million range.

front brakes Ventilated & Drilled Carbon Discs w/8-Piston Calipers f brake size 38.1 x 401 mm / 1.5 x 15.8 in rear brakes Ventilated & Drilled Carbon Discs w/6-Piston Calipers r brake size 33.0 x 381 mm / 1.3 x 15.0 in

Body design
The Veyron was styled by Jozef Kabaň
Veyrons this doesn’t use the scoops over the engine
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Drag is defined as 1/2 x the air density x velocity squared x surface area x the drag coefficient. Less drag will reduce the force acting againsed foreward velocty allowing for a greater acceleration and top speed. Extra downforce ensures that the torque provided by the engine is applied firmly to the ground through friction with the tires.
The Veyron SS uses the same overall design of the original Veyron while modifying the body in numerous places for improved aerodynamics. It includes a low drag body, low drag rear spoiler for high rear downforce, and wings in the foreward diffuser to increase front downforce. The engine bay in the SS edition is covered for the most part which reduces air turbulance across the midsection of the body. the front and rear diffuser system underneath the Veyron reduces drag and increases air velocity beneath the body which decreases pressure resulting in an increase in
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Dual Clutch Transmission is a semi automatic power transmission system where a driver can change the gear mesh for achieving necessary speed or the gear mesh will change automatically with changing speeds. In a manual transmission process a driver needs press the single clutch first which disconnect the engine from the gear mesh and then the driver changes the gear mesh by stick shift. A device called synchronizer matches the gear before they get engaged. This stops grinding effect. After the gear change is done the driver releases the clutch pedal and the engine gets reconnected with the gear mesh. In this process, a shift shock is produced because of the power delivery changes.On the other hand, dct system uses two clutches and no pedal. One clutch controls the even gears and the other clutch controls the odd gears. Ultimately, the power supply never gets cut off and the speed never falls so

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