Super limited production product, fitted with 8.0 W16 engine with a capacity of nearly 1,600 horsepower, a maximum speed of 440 km / h.
In September 2019, the French car brand introduced a special 110th anniversary edition called Chiron Super Sport 300+, with a speed record of 490.48 km/h and limited production of 30 units. The new Chiron Super Sport has a similar design, including a custom front fascia with side louvers to improve airflow to the wheel arches.
The front end is tweaked with slanted headlights, each fender has 9 air vents that release air pressure from the front wheel cavities (along with additional exhaust outlets). The new Chiron Super Sport is equipped with an exclusive 5-spoke Y-spoke design aluminum rim.
The rear end is extended by 250 mm compared to the Super Sport 300+ to improve aerodynamics, while the diffuser is similar and stands out with a pair of exhaust pipes that are evenly divided on both sides and stacked on top of each other. The interior is similar to the standard Chiron, decorated with polished aluminum, premium leather and carbon fiber.
Power comes from a refined 8-liter W16 engine, accompanied by 4 turbochargers. The engine rpm increases by 300 rpm to 7,100 rpm, while the maximum torque of 1,600 Nm can be achieved over a wider range of 2,000 to 7,000 rpm, instead of 6,000 rpm. The capacity of 1,577 horsepower is similar to the brother Super Sport 300+. In addition to the engine, Bugatti also tweaked the gearbox.
The new Chiron Super Sport accelerates 7% faster than the standard Chiron from 0 to 400 km/h, while the 0-200 km/h time is 5.8 seconds and the acceleration to 300 km/h takes 12.1 seconds. . The top speed is electronically limited to 440 km/h like the Super Sport 300+.
As planned, the new Bugatti Chiron Super Sport will go into production at the factory in Molsheim, France. The supercar is expected to reach customers in early 2022, priced at $ 3.9 million in limited quantities.