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Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport starts USA tour

Los Angeles is the beginning of the Chiron Pur Sport's 8 USA stops.

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After the world premiere was canceled due to the pandemic, the city of Los Angeles, California was chosen by Bugatti as the starting point for fans of the Bugatti brand to be able to admire the new Chiron Pur Sport.

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Los Angeles will be the first of 8 USA stops. After Los Angeles, the Chiron Pur Sport will head through Southern California and then to the Hamptons, Greenwich, New York and Florida.

"We are delighted to finally be able to present the Chiron Pur Sport physically after months of delay due to Covid-19. The new driving dynamics offered by the Pur Sport are a game changer for North American buyers attracting both current Bugatti owners and new prospects", says Cedric Davy, Chief Operation Officer Bugatti of the Americas.

“The team at both Bugatti Beverly Hills and Bugatti San Diego are proud to present the spectacular Chiron Pur Sport. The Pur Sport, born out of Bugatti’s continuing driving force to design and build the best cars, has created one that can not only conquer the street, but also the most challenging of race circuits. Being Partners of Excellence we are truly honored to be an integral part of one of the most iconic automobile brands”, says Tim O'Hara General Manager, Bugatti Beverly Hills.

Limited to just 60 units and costing $3 million Euros, production for the Chiron Pur Sport is queued up for the second half of 2020.

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Comments (9)

  • So if they’re shipping it, they have to go past New York to get to LA. They should just start in Greenwich.

      21 days ago
  • I hope it has a great cooling system! It's gonna be a scorcher in LA today - well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit! That's 38 C to those of you living in a more civilized world.

      21 days ago
  • Coming to Greenwich you say... 👀

      21 days ago

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