The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is among the fastest and most expensive hypercars in existence, yet there is a problem with it: How does one clean the interior rear window? While it push 1200 horses out at full throttle, the new NACA-ducted roofline aimed to improve aerodynamics actually renders it ridiculously difficult to clean the rear window!
With such an aerodynamic and specialized roof design, it is a serious challenge to clean the inside of the rear window! A special tool is required.
The highly specialized roof design no doubt assisted Bugatti with hitting the 268-mile per hour land speed record. The design also crafts a sort-of cave where the rear window is so tightly nestled and out of reach that a special tool must be purchased in order to keep it clear of dust.
The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport held the title of ‘World’s fastest production car’ for approximately three years. An oversight in the official Guinness World Record rules led to the retraction of that title.
While cleaning the inside of a rear window may not cross the mind often–moisture and dust do accumulate there even during the shortest of joyrides. To remedy this problem, the luxury company is in the process of perfecting a rather unique contraption. Because it is a Bugatti Veyron, and the fastest model, a simple shamee on a stick simply will not suffice. A much more intricate and efficient cleaning tool was developed by a Bugatti engineer to combat the issue, yet it still has a few kinks to work out. Even those kinks are less than the ones the driver would have in the neck attempting to reach the rear window!
The prototype of the Bugatti window-cleaning tool emerged in Spain
The Bugatti engineer entertained a serious passion for fishing—and the design clearly borrows from some of the technology used to clean and maintain aquariums: Magnets. Overall, the tool is intriguing yet complicated, as it requires two people to operate. The other downside is that the company cannot figure out where the device would be stored, as the hypercar is already packed to the gills.
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