The successor to the Veyron, the Bugatti Chiron, goes for an astounding $2,990,000, and that’s before taxes and a steep gas-guzzler tax by virtue of its 11-mpg fuel economy rating. Virtually unlimited potential for customization can send that sticker price even farther into the stratosphere.
The Chiron is an impressively cast hand-built hypercar that’s capped with the brand’s signature horseshoe grill, and features distinctively swooping “C-bars” on the sides. Its comely cabin carries over the exterior’s over-the-top styling, with hides from up to 16 cows covering the seats, dashboard, and door panels. It can also be fitted with a dual-panel panoramic sunroof.
The Chiron can reach 60 mph in a sudden 2.3 seconds with a truly felonious top speed of 261 mph. An 8.0-liter W16-cylinder engine (with no fewer than four turbochargers) channels a seemingly impossible 1,500 horsepower and 1,180 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Bugatti Chiron Sport 110 Ans Bugatti
The 110 Ans Bugatti variant of the Chiron Sport celebrates the brand’s 110th anniversary. With production limited to 20 units, all are painted in Steel Blue and feature the colors of the French flag on their exterior and inside the cabin, along with other specific touches. Reports have the price pegged at $3,260,000.
Bugatti Chiron Sport
Priced at a reported $3,300,000, the Chiron Sport amps up the “entry level” Chiron with a firmer chassis, revised suspension, and extensive use of lighter-weight components throughout the car – it even has carbon fiber windshield wiper arms – for improved handling abilities. Other model-specific touches include a four-pipe exhaust deflector at the rear.
Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport
Yet another limited-build Chiron spinoff, the Pur Sport was introduced in March, 2020, with uncanny handling as its focus. A revised suspension features stiffer springs at the front and rear, and there are grippy Michelin Sport Cup tires at all four corners. Other enhancements include “aero blade” wheel spokes for improved aerodynamics, and a massive fixed rear wing embellished with the Bugatti name. The front grille features the number 16, to note its W16 engine. The interior is trimmed in Alcantara, titanium, and aluminum. It’s lighter than the standard Chiron, with much of the savings said to come from a 3D-printed titanium exhaust system. Production is limited to 60 units, at a reported $3,600,000.
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+
Unveiled in 2019 to Bugatti clients participating in the company’s 110th anniversary celebration, the Super Sport 300+ is a higher performance Chiron variant, with production limited to 30 models. It packs a more powerful, 1,578-horsepower quad-turbocharged version of the base car’s W16 engine and a modified gearbox that warrants a top speed boost.
Though the production models are reportedly speed limited, a pre-production Super Sport hit the 300 mph mark in track testing. The hypercar also features lacquer-painted carbon fiber bodywork enhanced with orange stripes and revised front and rear bumpers for improved aerodynamics. Its price is reported to start at $3,900,000.
Introduced at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance with an asking price that starts at a mind-boggling $5,400,000 (before options), the Bugatti Divo has a planned production run of 40 units that was sold out the first day it was offered. It’s named for an early Bugatti race car driver, Albert Divo.
Like the above models, the Divo is based on the Chiron, but it’s lighter in weight and comes with a beefier suspension and improved aerodynamics for improved handling in turns. The fortunate few to snap up the limited edition Divo can quite literally have the car built to order, choosing leather and trim treatments, custom colors, and can even have crystals embedded within the passenger compartment.
Another one-off based on the Chiron, the Bugatti Centodieci, like the 110 Ans Bugatti, celebrates the brand’s 110thanniversary. It pays tribute to the original EB 110, which in 1991 was considered the fastest car of its time.
It features specific styling cues borrowed from the EB 110, including its wedge shape, small horseshoe-shaped grille, and round air intakes over the mid-mounted engine compartment. The engine here generates 1,611 horsepower, which is good for a 0-62 mph (100 km) run in a hair over three seconds. Only 10 units will be built for the wealthiest Bugatti enthusiasts at a staggering $8,640,000, based on current exchange rates.
Bugatti La Voiture Noire
The La Voiture Noire (translation: The Black Car) is a one-off Bugatti that wowed visitors at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. It’s inspired by Bugatti’s legendary 1936 Type 57 SC Atlantic, which was designed by founder Ettore Bugatti’s son Jean. Only four were ever produced, and one of them has been missing since World War II. (Now that would be an incredible barn find.)
With unique exterior elements that pay homage to the original, the La Voiture Noire packs the Chiron’s powertrain, but with six exhaust pipes at the rear. The La Voiture Noire was reportedly sold to an unnamed party for in excess of $12,000,000, making it the most expensive new car ever sold.
Bugatti Chiron Noire
To honor the popularity of the Bugatti La Voiture Noire Debuts: Most Expensive New Car Ever, which we suspect is the most expensive new car ever sold, the automaker has announced a special edition of its main hypercar to be called the Bugatti Chiron Noire.
Priced from $3,250,000, the Bugatti Chiron Noire will be built in a run of 20 units and can be ordered two ways: Chiron Noire Sport with a sporty style or Chiron Noire Elegance with a focus on elegance.
Both versions will feature an exposed black carbon fiber body with a new interpretation of Bugatti’s famous radiator grille. The Bugatti “Macaron” emblem has been cast in solid silver, affixed to the center of the grille, and coated in black enamel. Other new exterior accents include the Chiron’s trademark “C-shaped” signature line in polished aluminum and the rearview mirrors and engine cover finished in black carbon and polished aluminum.
The interior, likewise, is all black in honor of the La Voiture Noire from which it draws inspiration. Meanwhile, the cabin’s “C-shaped” inner signature line is backlit and finished in silk-matte aluminum. A carbon fiber badge inlaid in the center armrest denotes the exclusivity of this rare edition of the Chiron.
Baby Bugatti II
Because owning a Bugatti should be a family affair, the automaker is offering battery-powered 75 percent scale replica of the brand’s classic 1924 Type 35 Lyon Grand Prix car, developed with England’s The Little Car Company.
The Baby Bugatti II is larger than the typical ride-on car, allowing kids, parents, and grandparents (and wealthy childless enthusiasts) to enjoy the ride. The attention to detail is meticulous, with the car riding on exact replicas of the original car’s eight-spoke alloy wheels, with an aluminum dashboard and four-spoke wood steering wheel inside.
It comes in the classic French Racing Blue with a black interior, though custom colors can be specified. It can also be ordered with a composite, carbon fiber, or hand-fabricated aluminum body shell. Limited to 500 units with a price that runs from $32,400 to over $63,000, the Baby Bugatti II is a kiddie car for the Kardashians.
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