The first eight of the planned 30 copies of the fastest Bugatti so far are ready for delivery to customers who were willing to set aside 3.2 million euros.
After two years of intensive testing and fine-tuning, the first eight copies of the ultrasports model Chiron Super Sport 300+ came out of Bugatti's "studio", which carries with it the title of the fastest production Bugatti so far.
The car with a slightly longer body compared to the standard Chiron is powered by a centrally located 8.0-liter 16-cylinder engine assisted by four turbochargers.
1,600 horsepower and 1,600 Nm of torque is enough to get Bugatti's "masterpiece" from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.4 seconds, from 0 to 200 km / h it takes 5.8 seconds, and from standstill to 300 km / h arrives in just over 12 seconds.
A 7-speed automatic transmission with two clutches is in charge of transmitting power to both axles, and the maximum speed that the prototype once achieved (491 km / h) in this case is electronically limited and amounts to "only" 440 km / h.
In Molsheim, they say that the remaining (long ago sold out) 22 copies will soon reach their owners.