Bugatti announces teaser exit for successor ChironJanuary 10, 2020
Two months after the Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti showed a teaser of its new hypercar to tease fans.
If the usual Chiron is not memorable enough or not very unique in your opinion, then you are in luck, as Bugatti introduced its new editions of Chiron Noire, inspired by the special La Voiture Noire. The body of the new Bugatti Chiron Noire Sportive is made of carbon fiber with a matte black finish. Note the power of 1480 hp and 1,180 lb-ft of torque from an 8.0-liter W16.
Earlier in 2019, the Bugatti showed off its Chiron Super Sport 300+ based on a modified Chiron. The new special edition features the same design, a redesigned nose, a folded exhaust system, and carbon fiber trim with an orange trim.
The new Super Sport 300+, according to the company, produces 1577 hp. power – a jump of almost 100 hp Compared to Chiron and Chiron Sport.
Due to the fact that the Bugatti is 110 years old in 2019, the special version of the Chiron Sport was introduced, which in itself is a more dynamic variation of the original Chiron. So, only 20 cars will be produced. Well, the new vehicle is coated with Steel Blue matte paint. Along the front of the car, you can find Steel Blue exposed carbon fiber and French racing blue brake calipers.
Bugatti claims that it is adding the optional Sky Roof to the standard equipment of this car, as in this special edition two fixed glass panels are installed above the driver and passenger.
Interestingly, there was no engine change in the car, the Chiron Sport practically did not change technically, instead, the car control was changed.
Bugatti reports that the Chiron Sport has a stiffer suspension than the regular Chiron. An optimized rear axle differential and a dynamic torque vectoring system also enhance driving quality.
To make the Chiron Sport even more unique than other models, the Bugatti offers it in several exclusive colors such as Italian Red, French Racing Blue, Rafale Silver and Dark Gun Gun. Chiron Sport will also receive its own Course alloy wheels, which retain weight but are also unique to the sports hypercar.
Chiron Sport will cost 2.65 million euros. Orders are opening now and deliveries will be made before the end of the year.
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