Some Chitter Chatter(This isn't important, it's my opinion on the competition)
So there is a lot of conflict between hypercar companies... I don't want to point out any names 'cough' Hennessey 'cough' Koenigsegg 'cough' Bugatti 'cough' Tuatara. Hmm...hmm.hmmm... Sorry but anyway. The big goal is who can spent the most money making cars that won't go 300 mph but think they will, I'm joking. There is a bog competition to get a production car to hit 300 mph. No I fear that companies will start to make super fast car but then will let go of the idea of a car with great interior, great exterior and great specs. The concept of making a great car I fear will be lost and taking this modern approach to car and making a seriously ugly vehicle is not the way to do this. But, these cars have done it all...
VERY IMPORTANT NOTE
The Chiron did hit 300 mph but that was a modified vehicle so I am referring to the production stock Chiron. Same with all the others mentioned
Koenigsegg Agera RS
SSC Tuatara Review
I honestly don't know what to make about the interior. I like the prototype interior which I'll have you know does look exactly like the Koenigsegg Jesko interior. Of what I have seen of the actual interior it's not nice. It just takes this white plastic and then some more red plastic and it just looks so cheap. We are failing to make a 300 mph car that has nice interior. In all honesty price is irrelevant because most people reading this won't be able to afford any of the cars here. So, the SSC Tuatara interior honestly looks cheap. As if Tuatara got some old Audi parts from outside their factory in their wheelie bin. The steering wheel however, I actually like but it just looks too much like the Koenigsegg so in my opinion Tuataras prototype is a Koenigsegg and their interior is a cheap white plastic piece of junk. Let's not get bogged down on this though, because the body-work is something else.
The SSC Tuatara planned interior
The car is very aerodynamic. Any petrol head can make that out. But, this whole aerodynamic look is something I like. So that's saying something. I can see resemblance between the Lamborghini Sian here. There is a problem though where if a car finds the best aerodynamics on a car then if another car uses that aerodynamic style people will say that they have copied them. Where I'm going with this is that the SSC has actually made its body-work before the Sian however, when I looked at this without detail I immediately thought that they have copied the Sian yet to me it was the other way around. Anyway there is lots of fine detail for aerodynamics and there are multiple features that have been added like the new front and rear designs.
SSC Tuatara Rear View
The engine is a twin-turbocharged 6.9 litre V8 that will produce 1,750 bhp. Ooh yes... Big engine! The best thing is that you can have this in manual or semi-automatic! It also has 2 doors if for whatever reason you wanted know. The redline is 8,700 rpm and has a whopping 1,280 lb.ft.
The 2 Big Competitors
For the comparison I will put a letter next to which ever on wins or beats the other.
Top Speed-SSC WORLD RECORD
Any more I have missed please mention in the comments
Generally Speaking Which One Is Better
Well with the Bugatti having the bigger engine but the SSC having better aerodynamics which would be more important on a track. So on a track the SSC is better. For a general car I must go with the Chiron. Better interior and for will get done on the road the Chirom
I really hope you enjoyed. To conclude the Chiron should hold its title as the best car in the world but the SSC is better in performance. Any additional information about these cars I will find for you so just comment. As always, have a great day!
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