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The successor to the Veyron may not be in production yet, but it’s already surrounded by its own mythos. With a 1500 HP, 8.0L W-16 engine and a purported top speed of 288 mph, it may dethrone its cousin and replace it as the new king fastest-car-on-the-road. This worthy build looks poised to live up to the hype when it begins production this Spring.

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