The average enthusiast assumes all Bugattis are created equal. However, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. While the Divo is a race car, the Chiron Pur Sport combines the ultimate in luxury with maximum grip. Every Chiron is a capable contender on the track, but the Pur Sport (above) is the result of innovations discovered after the first Chirons were already delivered. Engineers were able to cut 110 lbs of weight, shorten the transmission gear ratios, and add downforce. Only 60 examples will be produced later this year.
If you enjoy top speed runs, the Super Sport 300+ (below) was designed to break the 300 mph barrier. Officially clocked at 304.7, Bugatti will prepare any customer’s car for such an attempt. The car is 9.8″ longer than a normal Chiron, and it has a very tall differential ratio in order to achieve incredible speeds. Only 60 examples are being produced. Both of these cars are powered by a 1,578 horsepower W-16 engine with two pairs of sequential turbos. Tell us which one you would pilot in the comments below and click the link to find yours.
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