Three examples of the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix have been realised, and the latest example bears a Blanc white body accentuated by hundreds of red Bugatti symbols.
Bugatti has garnered a reputation for developing some of the most desirable hyper sports cars on the planet, and every so often, a bespoke offshoot of one of its core offerings debuts its esteemed production line. The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix models are brought to life as homages to Monegasque Louis Chiron, who piloted a Bugatti Type 51 to an iconic victory at the Monaco Grand Prix in 1931.
“Top Marques Monaco is the ideal venue to introduce the Chiron Pur Sport ‘Grand Prix’ to many of our impassioned admirers. The customised hyper sports car is a tribute to the achievements of early racing pioneers who piloted Bugatti’s racing cars in the 1920s and 30s, and now it is returning home to the site of some of those heroic drives. Guests will be able to admire the level of detail and craftsmanship that our ‘Sur Mesure’ team has poured into the Chiron Pur Sport ‘Grand Prix’.” – Hendrik Malinowski, Managing Director – Sales and Marketing at Bugatti Automobiles.
The latest model to face the public eye wears an eye-catching Blanc white paint scheme whose physique is contoured by a familiar red stripe that runs from the esteemed four-wheeler’s gaping front grille along its muscular haunches and finally comes to a halt at the car’s flank.
The first example of the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix debuted in 2022 at Bugatti’s Monaco dealership. The pioneering example was adorned in soft blue contrasted by the black hand-painted number 32 and striking red stripes, which are comprised of little Bugatti logos. Accompanying this model was a steel blue matte carbon juxtaposed by a 2010 Veyron Grand Sport in Italian red colour and black Pur Sang split. Bugatti hasn’t revealed whether the output of the Chiron has increased, but each Pur Sport model is slightly lighter than the vanilla Chiron model and benefits from an uprated suspension system.