Automobile company Bugatti explained the main differences between Chiron Pur Sport and Super Sport 300+.
Bugatti has published a story by the company’s designer Frank Hale, in which he describes the basics of creating new hypercar designs. In developing the new Chiron Pur Sport, the company has focused on maintaining the car’s agility at all speeds. In that case, the maximum speed to which the automobile could accelerate was artificially limited to 350 km / h. Unique lightweight “aerodynamic” wheels with improved brake cooling were also developed. At the moment, Bugatti plans to produce 60 Chiron Pur Sport cars, worth 3 million euros each.
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For the next stop on its European Roadshow, the CHIRON Pur Sport crossed the Channel and headed all the way to Manchester. The city where a scientist first split the atom is a galvanizing setting for BUGATTI’s most agile hyper sports car of the 21st century. #BUGATTI #BUGATTIChironPurSport #CHIRONPurSport
When creating the Chiron Super Sport 300+, Bugatti focused the attention on fast acceleration and speed. The company increased the power to 1600-hp and redesigned the rear of the hypercar to provide the vehicle with the least air resistance. To emphasize the concept of super speed, the designers decided to apply orange stripes all over the hypercar. There will be 30 cars on sale, each worth about 3.5 million euros.