Bugatti has just completed the first customer tests of the Chiron Pur Sport on the Bilster Berg circuit in Germany. Deliveries will start soon …
Good things come to those who wait for. After a year and a half of work, many hours of development work and more than 50,000 kilometers of testing on circuit and on public roads, Bugatti has finally put the Chiron Pur Sport back into the hands of its future owners.
Head to Bilster Berg circuit in Germany
The first customer tests of the hypersportive have just taken place on the Bilster Berg circuit, located in the heart of the Teutoburg Forest, in Germany.
"Despite the incredible challenges we have been facing in recent months due to the containment linked to Covid-19, we have kept our schedule and can finally show our customers the sensations of driving the new Chiron Pur Sport," said Stephan Winkelmann, the President of Bugatti.
"You absolutely have to experience this hyper sports car yourself, feel its peculiarities in order to be able to judge the remarkable work of the whole team. Our customers can directly push the Chiron Pur Sport to its limits on the Bilster Berg circuit and then convince themselves. of his daily aptitude on public roads. ", he added.
A Chiron but better
For the record, the Chiron Pur Sport is a radical and limited version of the Chiron. It is still powered by a W16 8L engine of 1,500 hp and 1,600 Nm of torque, but it benefits in particular from a stiffer and more agile chassis and a completely redesigned gearbox. It is also 50 kg lighter.
Thanks to all these improvements, it claims a 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.3 seconds, against 2.4 seconds for the Chiron, and a 0 to 200 in 5.5 seconds instead of 6.1 seconds. Maximum speed is electronically set to 350 km / h.
Only 60 copies
Only 60 copies are on the program. Produced in Molsheim, France, the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is billed at 3 million euros.