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Bentley EXP 100 GT with Augmented Reality App

Link Bentley Motors today launches ‘Bentley 100 AR’, an augmented reality experience that allows users the opportunity to explore the Bentley EXP 100 GT at their fingertips. 
Available on Apple devices, Bentley 100 AR uses a printable QR code to provide an augmented reality experience of the EXP 100 GT, the concept car created to reimagine the future of grand touring. 
Through the app, users can explore the concept car in 3D and step inside to interact with the beautifully crafted interior featuring materials and technologies never used or seen before. 
At selected Bentley retailers around the world users can interact with a virtual version of the car in full scale. This includes narration by members of Bentley’s design team, JP Gregory and Brett Boydell who explain how the EXP 100 GT is the embodiment of Bentley’s vision of future grand tourers. 
As well as the full-scale model, available at selected retailers, users will also be able to see the car in 3D as 3:4 and desktop scale mode…

Bugatti EB110 vs. Chiron

Bugatti succeeded in producing a superlative sports car in 1991 with the EB110. Developed and created by Bugatti enthusiast Romano Artioli, the EB110 was in a league of its own – an epoch-making development that was decades ahead of the competition. It was created from scratch, without a predecessor model. Everything was new – such as the 3.5-litre V12 engine with four turbochargers. Five valves per cylinder ensured a fast charge cycle. For the first time in a super sports car, an all-wheel drive system was used was permanently able to deliver power from 560 hp to 611 hp. The EB110 manages the sprint from zero to 100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds, with a top speed of 351 km/h. This was a world record for a series-production car – and a speed range that very few vehicles achieve even today.
Until 1995, the super sports model was crafted by hand in Campogalliano, Italy, not in France. This was for practical reasons: other super sports car brands such as DeTomaso, Ferrari, Maserati and Lambor…