That's it, people. Like the record-breaking Bugatti Veyron Super Sport was soon followed by a world record release, the Chiron “Longtail” is evolving to become the Super Sport 300+. Like the prototype before it, the production car will have a menacing body with exposed carbon fibers and orange stripes, similar to the Weiron SS WRE. If you do not like them, the talented Molsheim people will gladly bring another nuance.
A prototype mirror and a Centodieci, the Chiron Super Sport 300+ will use the evolution of a four-turbo 8.0-liter W16 engine pushing at a monstrous 1578 horsepower. You will not find the mobile cage and the array of computers and synchronization equipment in the road model, as the 30 vehicles planned for production will do without the extra hardware. Instead, Bugatti will return the passenger seat that was missing from the prototype.
While the car driven by Andy Wallace was sitting closer to the road in his mind – a 304.77mm trunk test run the Volkswagen Group Ehra-Lessien track in Germany, the Chiron Super Sport 300+ will adopt a standard ride height to make life easier on regular roads. Perhaps the most important change is the implementation of the speed limiter, with Bugatti President Stefan Winkelman saying Motor1.com customer-friendly cars will reach 440 km / h (273 mph).
Interestingly, Top Gear has good credibility, buyers will be able to add the cell roll and dig into the speed limiter to try and repeat the Longtail presentation. Where is it possible for an owner to hit 304,773 mph without being immediately imprisoned? In the same Era-Lesien. Yes, Bugatti will give customers access to the runway, which has 5.4 miles (8.7 km) of debt. Talk about an interesting turn of events.
It will cost you € 3.5 million (about $ 3.9 million in current exchange rates) to access the evidence of the VW Group in Lower Saxony, and Bugatti will throw it in the car for free. Production begins in 2021.