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Bugatti creates 'tribute to France' with Chiron Sport 110 ans Bugatti

Bugatti creates 'tribute to France' with Chiron Sport 110 ans Bugatti

On the body side mirrors and the lower part of the wing caused the French tricolor.

Bugatti has unveiled a limited-edition version of its Chiron Sport hypercar - the 110 ans Bugatti. It's not clear how much more this will run over the $3.26 million Chiron Sport, but Bugatti will only offer 20 of these, and they're likely all spoken for. To emphasize on this special edition model, "110 Ans Bugatti" emblem is applied on the headrests. Composite is used for manufacturing outer panels, front and aerodynamic elements.




The majority of the hypercoupe's exterior is finished in raw carbon fiber covered with a matte coat of dark Steel Blue paint and a handful of matte black trim and exterior componentry. She needs to be reminded of the historical Bugatti models. Nocturne matte-black wheels shroud French Racing Blue brake calipers. The French tricolour "Le Bleu-Blanc-Rouge", with its colours of blue, white and red, decorates the body and interiors at several points and harmonizes perfectly with the extraordinary Chiron Sport. Don't be disappointed the hear that the auto is mechanically identical to the Chiron Sport - 1,500bhp, 1,180lbs ft of torque, and a 261mph top speed is nearly certainly more than enough, especially compared to the very first vehicle Ettore Bugatti built in 1909, the Type 10. There is a solid silver crafted medallion which is positioned on a carbon fiber plate in the central console stowage space.

Ettore Bugatti set up shop in Molsheim, Alsace back in 1909. The Type 10 was light, small and nimble with an adequate power output - an agile racing vehicle with function following form in an uncompromising way. The engine compartment cover of the "110 ans Bugatti" is resplendent in Steel Blue and Steel Blue Carbon. The auto can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 2.4 seconds, reaching 200 km/h in 6.1 seconds and 300 km/h in 13.1 seconds. Keep your foot on the pedal and you'll hit 400 km/h in 32.6 seconds before maxing out at 420 km/h.