Bugatti Chiron Sport

Mar 9, 2018

Category: Rides

Already topping the wishlist of just about every car enthusiast out there, the Bugatti Chiron is a sheer piece of automotive art. On its own, the Chiron is one of the most powerful vehicles ever produced, but that didn’t stop Bugatti from upping the ante at this year’s Geneva Auto Show with their devilish Chiron Sport.

Needless to say, there’s not much you can do to improve upon their 1,500 hp W16 engine so the powerplant was left untouched for this iteration. What Bugatti did focus on, though, was the overall vehicle handling – compliments of a sport-focused suspension setup, an all-new Dynamic Torque Vectoring System, and optimized rear axle differential setting. Additionally, the Sport is now roughly 40 lbs lighter thanks to a combination of carbon fiber upgrades throughout including new wheels, a four-port exhaust deflector, and carbon fiber windshield wipers. Inside the cabin, sporty luxury reigns supreme with an impressive mix of Alcantara, leather, and carbon fiber. All of which result in a driving experience unlike any other. Pricing starts at $3.26 million.

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