The CHIRON SPORT BUGATTI unveiled at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show is the breathtaking new interpretation of the ultimate super sports car. In place is a firmer chassis combined with super lightweight components to provide even sharper handling and thrilling agility combining with the CHIRON’s uniquely luxurious character.
Beauty & Beast Redefined
The BUGATTI CHIRON SPORT has been specially developed with a unique sporting character combining enhanced handling, performance, and astonishing agility. Added to this are the distinctive design and superlative comfort combined to give you an unforgettable driving experience.
Four Rear End Exhausts Pipes
Refined racing touches give the Chiron Sport a bold sporting character, emphasizing the unmistakable BUGATTI blend of distinct exhilaration and sumptuous luxury. The new four-pipe exhaust deflector leaves a lasting impression.
Stunning Leather Chiron Center Console
Exquisitely crafted: the center console Inlay with “CHIRON SPORT” stitching.
Carbon Fiber Wipers
Carbon fiber windscreen wipers are a worldwide first for any production car – another example of how BUGATTI perfect every detail to create automotive art.
Chiron Sport EB Logo
EB Logo shown in optional black trim highlights the character of the CHIRON SPORT.
Chiron Sport Rear End
Firmer suspension set up (applies in handling mode only) includes a new damper control strategy for sharper and stiffer response.
CHIRON SPORTs cabin boasts an extraordinary ambience of distinctive exhilaration and sumptuous luxury with an elegant material mix of Alacantra, leather, and carbon, together with drive mode rotary knob and engine start button finished in black anodized aluminium.
Optionally, all trim parts can be finished with this black sporting touch.
Experience greater performance around tight corners thanks to an optimized rear axle differential setting and the all-new dynamic torque vectoring function.
CHIRON SPORTs Bold exterior encapsulates a firmer chassis setting, all-new dynamic torque vectoring function and a sport focused suspension setup.
Expressive design features lend the interior and exterior a compelling, sporting look. Together with an overall weight saving of 18 kg, the result is an all-new character for BUGATTI CHIRON.
The Center Console
Attention to detail: the divine center console is enhanced by optional black anodized design features.
Stunning Chiron Sport Steering Wheel
The optional black anodized components and Alcantara detailing illustrate CHIRON SPORTs dynamic character.
Beautiful Chiron Sport Wheels
New components such as the new lightweight wheels reduce the CHIRON SPORTs weight to further increase agility.
The optional grey carbon fiber exterior and the black anodized rear light bezel underline CHIRON SPORTs distinct personality.
Stunning Carbon Fiber Intercooler Cover
Lower weight, sharper expression – a specially developed rear window sits above the stunning carbon fiber intercooler cover, which can be optionally painted in the cars exterior color.
The “Italian Red” Geneva Motorshow cars horseshoe features a red painted 16 to honor Chiron 16 Cylinders.
Fuel consumption, 1/100km: 35.2 In urban areas / 15.2 In extra urban areas / 22.5 combined; combined CO2 emissions g/km; 516: eff
The Bugatti Chiron is a mid-engined two-seater sports car developed and manufactured in Molsheim, France, by Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. as the successor to the Bugatti Veyron. The Chiron was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show on March 1, 2016. Wikipedia
- Engine: 8.0 L (488 cu in) quad-turbocharged W16
- Kerb weight: 1,996 kg (4,400 lb)(est); 1,978 kg (4,360 lb)(est) (Chiron Sport);
- Designer: Achim Anscheidt; Sasha Selipanov; Etienne Salome; Frank Heyl;
- Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch transmission
- Power output: 1,104 kW (1,501 PS; 1,480 hp)
Manufacturer: Bugatti Automobiles
BUGATTI IS TO LAUNCH A STRICTLY LIMITED NEW MODEL UNDER THE NAME OF DIVO
Bugatti is working on a new model, the Bugatti Divo, named after Albert Divo, the French racing driver who won the famous Targa Florio race on a mountainous circuit in Sicily for Bugatti twice in the late 1920s.