Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ and Pur Sport finalized in Nardo

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ and Pur Sport finalized in Nardo

September 8, 2020 Off By autotimesnews

The world renowned test track in Italy has become a test site for two Bugatti hypercars.

The French automaker has set out to perfect the Chiron Super Sport 300 + and Chiron Pur Sport hypercars for the first time. To this end, the French spent four whole weeks in Italy: 37 specialists at once tested four prototypes of each of the supercars. During the tests at the test site in Nardo, the test cars covered over 20 thousand kilometers, and the information collected for tuning the ECU alone took 9 gigabytes.

In testing the Chiron Super Sport 300+, Bugatti engineers created a new thermal management system for the engine and transmission. At the same time, the prototypes themselves on the track showed a maximum of 300 km / h. At the track Chiron Pur Sport, experts checked the software responsible for controlling the power unit and thermostat, as well as the functions of the turbocharger and gearbox. At the same time, engineers have improved the sports chassis and suspension of the hypercar, and also improved the brakes.

At the same time, engineers have improved the sports chassis and suspension of the hypercar, and also improved the brakes.

With this upgrade, the car is guaranteed unrivaled agility and uncompromising grip. At the same time, the hypercar is precise in handling and demonstrates record acceleration rates.

Meanwhile, a rare Bugatti Type 59, which belonged to the Belgian king Leopold III, was able to sell at auction for a record amount. This came as no surprise as the car has a very rich history and was assembled in 1934.