The Bugatti Veyron supercar is all about aerodynamics. Its rounded shape moves the air expertly around it. The car is naturally very low, and it gets lower as the speed increases. It has variable design elements, with the front diffuser flaps, rear wing and rear spoiler moving in real time to help the car perform at its best. In handling mode, the wing is high and downforce is at its maximum to push the car onto the road. In top speed mode, the wing disappears and drag as at its minimum. Bugatti has a neat demonstration on their website that shows how this technology works.
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