Bugatti Shatters Record to Become the Fastest Car in the World, But There’s a Catch

304 miles per hour is, by pretty much every traditional standard of human measurement, fast. It’s 40% of the speed of sound at sea level. It’s 11 times faster than the fastest man in the world, nearly seven times faster than the fastest horse, and 3.57 times faster than the highest speed limit found in the United States. That last stat happens to be of particular relevance here, because it shows just how insanely fast the Bugatti Chiron seen here — which just hit 304 mph in a track test — is in real-world terms. That figure is enough to make the Chiron you see here the fastest production car in the world.

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