We always wondered what a derestricted Chrion could do. The Chiron Super Sport emphatically answered that question in 2019 with a startling 304mph run, making it the worlds fastest series production car.
The standard Chiron's quad turbo W16 has been boosted to 1600hp, while modified 'long tail' bodywork and repositioned exhausts give the slippery, low drag shape necessary for 300 mph+ runs. Even the Michelin Pilot Sport tyres were x-rayed to ensure they were in peak condition for the record breaking run.
The car will actually be fitted with a speed limiter set to 273mph. However, Bugatti have hinted that this can be removed, if required, for customers wanting a top speed run, perhaps even on the Ehra-Lessien test track.
Just 30 units will be produced, in Bugatti's famous black and orange world record livery. A little expensive at £4.2 million, but that's small change for Bugatti's super-rich collectors.