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The Bugatti Chiron’s Exhaust Sounds Like A Bear Fighting A Rhinoceros

In other words, it will blow your freaking mind.

Ever since the Chiron was unveiled at the Geneva Motor show, people have been clamoring for more of it. What are the specs, how much will it cost, when will it come to X country. Well today we can definitively say that we can answer one of the biggest burning questions there is: what does it sound like?

With an 8.0 liter, W16 engine that produces 1500 HP, one would expect it to make…uh…noise. Though, given historical reference with the Veryron, Bugatti doesn’t seem to be in the business of making great sounding exhausts these days.

Oh how you’d be wrong. Give a listen and turn up your volume.

I believe the words you’re looking for are HOLY and SHIT! What an angry monster. That cold start is going to be something we look forward to hearing on YouTube for some time.

It really does sound like the devil gargling marbles. Just insane! For comparison, here’s what the Veryron sounds like.

What so you think? Chiron or Veyron, which do you like better?

(Source: YouTube)

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