Bugatti Chiron Sport “110 ans Bugatti”

A tribute to France celebrating 110 years

Bugatti Chiron Sport
Image Credit: Bugatti

To commemorate 110 years, Bugatti, the brand founded by Italian-born Ettore Bugatti, released a limited-edition version of the Chiron Sport. The Bugatti Chiron is an exclusive car, with the multi-million-dollar price tag, and a very limited production, only 20 units with this edition. The French automaker is currently owned by Volkswagen.

To bring in the festivities, the Chiron Sport cut weight with lightweight wheels, thinner glass and more carbon fiber. The automaker re-tuned the suspension and steering, but left the 8.0 liter quad-turbocharged W16 engine, fiercely producing 1,479 horsepower. The car launches 0-60 in 2.5 second, hitting a top speed of 261 mph. The “110 ans Bugatti” Chiron Sport didn’t get any other performance upgrades, and honestly, it doesn’t need any, plus it has the Divo to keep the corners tight.

With limited production of only twenty units, most, if not all, are already claimed. The exterior is painted in a deep matte Steel Blue, empathized by a brighter shade, French Racing Blue, on the massive brake calipers. The French automaker waved the flag onto the paint, including red, white and blue tricolor bars on the mirrors, rear wing and fuel door. When the wing is in the upward facing position, the national flag is visible. Even the sand blasted and hand-polished fuel cap paid respects with a “110 ans Bugatti” emblem. 

The deep matte Steel Blue saturates the Alcantara interior leather, and covers nearly every surface. The seat and seat belts are the same brighter French Racing Blue version, like the brake calipers. A tricolor stripe runs along the center of the seats, while the headrest include the “110 ans Bugatti” logo. A Sky View glass panel roof was added to emulate the freedom vibe without losing performance or integrity in the vehicle with a convertible top. Even the steering wheel is rocking the patriot vibe with a French flag at the top center of the rim. Happy 110th Anniversary Bugatti!

Image Credit: Bugatti


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