Bugatti delivered the first Chiron Pur Sport

At the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti introduced the Chiron and has since shown us the Chiron Sport, the Divo, the Chiron Super Sport 300+, the Centodieci, and most recently the Chiron Pur Sport. The latter was scheduled to make its debut in last year’s Geneva edition, which did not happen due to the new coronavirus pandemic.

It was presented, however, at the beginning of March 2020, with the French company telling us that with this version it focuses on the absolute pleasure of the driver on the track. Last Friday, the French company delivered the first Chiron Pur Sport, through its Greenwich dealership in Connecticut, USA.

The car is painted in white (Quartz White), with Gray Carbon details, with the Chiron Pur Sport having a panoramic roof, while the interior has red and black upholstery.

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Mechanically, the W16 quad-turbo 8.0-liter engine delivers 1,500 horsepower and turns 200 rpm higher, up to 6,900 rpm. The automatic transmission has new settings that make it have 15% shorter transmission ratios, which improves by 40% the flexibility of the model compared to the Chiron.

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The front suspension springs are 65% stiffer, while the rear springs are 33% stiffer. The wheels are new, made of magnesium, have an aerodynamic design that contributes to the production of vertical aerodynamic pressure, weigh 16 kg less and help cool the brakes. The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport wears the special Bugatti Sport Cup 2 R of Michelin dimensions 285/30 front and 355/25 rear, with the wheels having dimensions of 20 ″ front and 21 ″ rear.

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The model weighs 50 kg less than the Chiron, thanks to the new lighter wheels, the removal of the rear hydraulic spoiler, titanium frames for the bases of the brake pads, but also the lighter brake discs.

Only 60 Chiron Pur Sport will be built by Bugatti with the cost of each one amounting to 3 million euros, without taxes, VAT, etc. of each country.

See a lap through the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport at the Nurburgring


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