As yet another new era approaches for Bugatti, the brand delivers its last record-breaking masterpiece.
It wasn’t very long ago when the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport blew the minds of car enthusiasts across the world with its record-breaking top speed of 268 mph. Since the introduction of the Veyron, Bugatti has been known for pushing the boundaries of what the world sees cars as being capable of, and refusing to rest on its laurels, Bugatti did it again with the Chiron Super Sport 300+, which broke not only a top speed record but also the mythical barrier of 300 mph, with its top speed of nearly 305 mph. In celebration of this incredible feat, Bugatti manufactured 30 of these legendary cars, which like the Veyron Super Sport before it featured exposed carbon fiber throughout, with Jet Orange accents.
Finally, the last of these 30 Chiron Super Sport models has been delivered to its owner. It’s hard to imagine how Bugatti can top the innovation and engineering of the Chiron Super Sport 300+ in the future, with its extensive use of carbon fiber for weight savings, its lengthened body for improved aerodynamics, and its improved 8-liter W16 engine that generates nearly 1600 horsepower. However, many of us thought that Bugatti couldn’t possibly do better than the Veyron. As Bugatti enters a new era with electric hypercar brand Rimac as its partner, we might be rethinking what cars are capable of yet again very soon.