The Bugatti Chiron is a mid-engine two-seater sports car developed and manufactured in Molsheim, France by French automobile manufacturer Bugatti Automobiles S. The car is named after the Monegasque driver Louis Chiron. Like its predecessor, the Veyron , the Chiron utilises a carbon fibre body structure, independent suspension and a Haldex All-wheel drive system. The first cars were sold before the first delivery of the car. The steering wheel of the car has also received modifications along with the introduction of a torque vectoring system to control the power sent to each wheel of the car for improved handling in tight corners. Aerodynamic improvements and light weight have been given special consideration in order to keep the car competitive on the race track.
I drove a $3.5 million Bugatti Chiron and it changed the way I think about cars
Bugatti Chiron First Drive: Record Wrecker
Instead we get the Chiron , which stops short of reinventing the stupefying year-old Veyron coupe. Some things never change. Thus, the hp Chiron, the planned copies of which represent a sort of Veyron Type-C after the original hp Veyron Much has changed on the surface and underneath, but the essential mission has not: Use prodigious horsepower rendered by exotic technology and delivered by four-wheel drive to engender shock and awe in high-net-worth people, two at a time. A battery?
2017 Bugatti Chiron: Again with the Overkill
The Bugatti Chiron and Me! Benjamin Zhang. The arrival of a new Bugatti is a truly rare event. In fact, it's occurred only three times in the last quarter century. In , the successor to the game-changing Veyron arrived in the form of the new Bugatti Chiron.
Its successor, the new Chiron , is even more of a record- and headline-grabbing show pony. Is it faster? Never mind that there are few places in the world where anyone could achieve mph, and even fewer owners who will ever attempt the feat, what could hypercars such as the Ferrari LaFerrari , Porsche Spyder , or McLaren P1 offer in retort?