It was all over news and DT that Bugatti Chiron hit 300 mph, at that time it was a modified Chiron. Well no more. To commemorate the milestone speed during their 110 year, Bugatti are offering the record holding Chiron under a new name to customers. It is called the Chiron Super Sport 300+.
The car is identical to the prototype Chiron that broke the 300 mph speed record and will also feature the quad turbo W16 producing 1600 hp, 100 hp more than the standard Chiron. The only difference I can think of is the passenger seat being present, compared to the record holding single seater.
The Chiron Super Sport 300+ will be exposed jet black carbon fibre including the windscreen wipers and the engine covers, it will feature the racing stripes in Jet Orange. The super light magnesium wheels will be finished in 'Nocturne'. What will make this Bugatti model stand out is the Bugatti “Macaron” logo made of pure silver and black enamel and this completes the exterior.
On the interior everything is covered in Alcantara in Beluga Black and complimented with Jet Orange on The door sills, headrests, knee support in the centre console and double stitched seams. The door sills are carbon fibre and have LED illuminated lettering “Super Sport 300 +” to welcome passengers.
The hypercar is limited to only 30 units and will cost you €3.5 million each (approximately US$4 million). The earliest of deliveries will take place mid 2021.