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The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ may have looked remarkably stable when it cracked the 300 mph (482 km/h) barrier, but driver Andy Wallace has revealed that the car actually got airborne during the run.

While recently speaking with Wheels, the racing driver said that a change in surface at the Ehra-Lessien circuit meant the hypercar was briefly airborne at 277.7 mph (447 km/h) during its record-breaking run.




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Bugatti Chiron Super Sport Driver Reveals Car Actually Was Airborne During 300 MPH Run

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