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Bugatti depicting a Chiron car doing an acceleration of 250 mph

Bugatti notified the world a few years ago when Veron retired and made way for Chiron. Today, Chiron is still the only car to reach a top speed of more than 300 mph, but in 2017, Bugatti surprised the world with a different record

I remember, the French supercar company filmed a rapidly spreading video that showed that Bugatti Chiron is running at speeds ranging from 0-249 mph and returning to 0 mph in just 42 seconds. The film quickly became a sensation on the Internet, although Koenigsegg outperformed Chiron's record in 2019. However, there is one shot many of which fell in love: a basic shot that followed the supercar of the launch to 249 mph

Thanks to a new behind-the-scenes vlog from Al Clark, the car movie director who helped put Chiron together, we have an answer. The video, released on Monday, Clarke is reviewing the entire process to provide some helpful comments about standard photography

Another Bugatti Chiron. Sometimes the most obvious answer is out of reach
The team installed the necessary camera equipment on the back of another Chiron and made sure that the cars were launched almost simultaneously. So, while the hero Chiron was walking along, Chiron's camera captured all the movement. This was important to Clark because he is not a fan of changing the video to show a sense of speed. Instead, this movie captures the organic speed as it unfolds. How does membership? The team didn't even realize that the exhaust fumes were creating a blurry image even after filming was finished. He can't be noticed until he's really looking for him, but for a professional like Clark, he knows he could have improved if he noticed at the right time

The video is basically a behind-the-scenes look of a video that has never been released behind the scenes for the entire movie project, and who is better than Clark for his narration? Aside from spilling beans on operations, it's really amazing to take the whole project out of the movie lens