With a planned run of 500 units, Bugatti confirms that the 300th Chiron has been completed and has left the boutique hypercar brand’s atelier in Molsheim, France. Since production began in 2016, Bugatti expresses that this is a very important moment for the company.
“Bugatti stands for the most extraordinary, most powerful and most elegant hyper sports cars in the world. With the now 300th vehicle produced, we are again showing our competence in quality and customisation,” says Stephan Winkelmann, President of Bugatti. “The Chiron Pur Sport is guaranteed to give customers pleasure. In addition to its unbelievable driving performance, it combines highest engineering and design skill as well as superb craftsmanship.”
The 300th customer configured this Chiron down to the smallest detail. He chose Nocturne as the dominant paintwork for the Pur Sport which he contrasted with Grey Carbon on the mirror arms and housings, windshield wipers, horseshoe and rear wing. The logo has been finished in Gris Rafale while the signature C-line, taillamp bezels and wheels are completed in Gun Powder to complete the dark theme. The engine cover makes use of a light carbon bonnet.
Within the bespoke cabin, the customer has selected the Pur Sport interior package with a subdued Beluga Black shade for the leather and Alcantara upholstery, contrasted by Gris Rafale seams. The optional Sky View was selected as well.
Of the 500 Chirons planned, only 60 of these will be a Pur Sport as seen here, with a unit price of €3 million (approximately R52 million). Most of these will be delivered throughout the course of this year.
Additionally, employees are assembling the Chiron Sport and the Divo in Molsheim this year. With the La Voiture Noire that Bugatti presented in March 2019, the French manufacturer is finally producing the most exclusive and most expensive car in the world in 2021.