Limited Edition Bugatti Chiron Sport Marks 110 Years

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In 2019, Bugatti has unveiled this new, limited edition Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti".

It celebrates 110 years since the first ever Bugatti obviously, but takes few cues from that first vehicle.

Based on the Chiron Sport, the limited-edition package features a "Le Bleu-Blanc-Rouge" theme to match France's tricolor flag.

In fact, the underside of the rear spoiler proudly displays the French flag, signaling a patriotic salute every time it activates to provide extra aero for the driver.

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Power (and that's a true understatement here) is as per the regular Chiron Sport, with an 8-litre, 16-cylinder, quad-turbo petrol engine pushing 1103kW and 1600Nm.

The rear of the vehicle is finished in matte Steel Blue paintwork (contrasting with the matte black exhaust system), with the "C" shaped element surrounding the passenger compartment painted in the same hue. You'll also find the flag on the 12 o'clock mark of the steering wheel that combines matte carbon-fibre with a blue leather cover. The surfaces are either soft Deep Blue leather, Alcantara or blue carbon fibre. Finally, a "specially crafted medallion" takes pride of place on the centre console stowage space, made of carbon fibre and solid silver with enamel inserts, it bears witness to the car's high level of craftsmanship, apparently.

Up to 1956, about 7,950 vehicles of Types 10 to 252 were produced, of which an estimated 2,000 or so are still in existence. Buyers have been limited to the virtually unchanged "42", which marked the car's record breaking performance, or the far more extreme Divo, which was an even greater departure from the standard auto than expected. Keep your foot on the pedal and you'll hit 400 km/h in 32.6 seconds before maxing out at 420 km/h. The famed Bugatti line, the brand's graphic DNA, also adorns this exclusive model. "Molsheim in the Alsace region of France is an essential element in Bugatti's brand history and this is also where we are planning our future".

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