Bugatti has finally unveiled its highly anticipated Chiron.
Rolled out at the Geneva Motor Show, the new Chiron costs a whopping $2.6 million and was named after race car driver Louis Chiron, per ArsTechnica.
As legendary as Bugatti is, this is the first new model in over ten years — that last being the Veyron, as Mashable reports.
After one look at this supercar, you can see it was definitely worth the wait.
The price tag isn’t the only thing that will make your eyes pop.
The Chiron has an absurdly power packed, quad-turbo W16 engine that pumps out 1500 horsepower.
According to The Verge, “it can reach 125 miles per hour in 6.5 seconds.”
It’s so powerful, that Bugatti put a 261 mph limit on the car. To help put that into perspective, Mashable pointed out, “a 747 lifts off the ground at 180 mph.”
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