Bugatti Chiron Sport '110 ans Bugatti' edition revealed

Isaac Cain
February 9, 2019

The Bugatti Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti" has been unveiled with a subtle two-tone exterior paint job. The entire interior is decorated in blue leather, while the trim is Alcantara. Meanwhile, the exposed carbon-fibre used at the front end, rear diffuser and rear bumper are coated in Steel Blue Carbon to ensure coherence.

Wheels are done in a matte black appropriately called Nocturne, with large French Racing Blue brake calipers, while other metal visual elements receive a similarly dark matte treatment. Its successor, the Chiron, on sale for approximately three years now, has begotten the more focused Sport model and the re-bodied Divo, but there had yet to be a true special edition Chiron. The Sky View roof consisting of two fixed glass panels above the driver's and passenger's seats, available as an option on the Chiron, is a standard feature of the special edition. The seats feature a tricolour stripe up the middle and a "110 and Bugatti" logo on the headrest, while bits of carbon fibre appear on steering wheel, steering column, seat trims and so on. A 12 o'clock mark sits on the steering wheel finished in matte carbon fiber and blue leather. Finally, a "specially crafted medallion" takes pride of place on the centre console stowage space, made of carbon fibre and solid silver with enamel inserts, it bears witness to the car's high level of craftsmanship, apparently.

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Instead of some clear nods to the old Type 10, Bugatti has turned the Chiron into a celebration of France, where Italian-born Ettore spent much of his life. It combines the technical excellence, style and iconic character of the historic vehicles, reinterpreting them as the renaissance of legendary cars produced by a legendary brand. Since 2018, this has also included the Bugatti Divo, a hyper vehicle with modified aerodynamics designed for significantly higher lateral acceleration. Bugatti quotes a 2.4-second 0-100km/h time, 6.1 second 0-200 and 13.1 sec 0-300, with a top speed of 420km/h.

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