Chiron Sport '110 ans Bugatti' special edition celebrates Bugatti's French roots

Bugatti Chiron Sport “110 ans Bugatti”

Bugatti have released a special edition version of the Bugatti Chiron named the Bugatti Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti". 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.

Pricing for the Bugatti Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti" has not been revealed.

Yes, can you believe Bugatti is 110 years old this year?

What makes it so special? All the units will feature matte Steel Blue paintwork and is complemented by exposed carbon fiber elements, and trimmings in the colors of the French national flag.

Other unique touches include matte black wheels in front of French Racing Blue brake calipers.

The French tricolour is embellished across the exterior mirrors, across the fuel filler cap, and layered across the underside of that giant rear wing. Carbon-fibre has been used on the steering wheel, steering column and seat trims too. The so-called "Sky View" roof (comprising two fixed glass panels) is a standard feature on the new model. Inserts in doors and seats are made from Alcantara, and bluish skin tint which is called Bright French Racing Blue. The key of the "110 ans Bugatti" is surrounded by three sewn leather patches in the colours of the tricolour.

The company was founded by Ettore Bugatti in 1909 in Molsheim, which was at the time a part of the German Empire. Since 2018, this has also included the Bugatti Divo, a hyper auto with modified aerodynamics designed for significantly higher lateral acceleration.

No changes are made to the earth-buckling 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine, leaving it with the standard 1103kW power output (1500PS) - we don't think any buyer will be complaining. Power goes to all four corners via a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and the vehicle will complete the 0-100 km/h sprint in under 2.5 seconds. Keep your foot on the pedal and you'll hit 400 km/h in 32.6 seconds before maxing out at 420 km/h.

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