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What happens when you power a sixteen cylinder supercar through a hill climb? Incredible?
Now, take that same sound and add four turbochargers to the mix. It will indeed be music to your ears. And that's what a Bugatti Chiron did in this video. The Chiron is deafening, and the sound is unapologetic.
The 8-litre quad-turbocharged W-16 sure does throw its ego skywards when the Chiron is asked to run a hill climb. The mill churns out a massive, which is an understatement, 1500bhp and even more mind-numbing 1600Nm of torque.
The turbos on the Chiron is quite loud and paired to the 8-litres of displacement can only create an exhaust note which is a car lover's dream.
Among the most interesting feats it that, Bugatti has managed to keep the turbo lag to nearly lag-less with the Chiron. This was accomplished by achieving a dual-stage forced induction platform where two pairs of turbochargers are employed.
Before 3,800rpm only two turbos are utilised, once the Chiron's powertrain moves above that number, a valve opens in the exhaust manifold and allows exhaust gasses to spin the two remaining turbos. This results in a flat torque curve between 2,000 and its redline of 6,800rpm.
Now sit back, plug in your earphones or speakers to hear to turbo spools of the Bugatti Chiron on a hill climb in the video above.