In the Bugatti range, there are currently many versions. The base model is still the Chiron, an ultra-comfortable 1500 horsepower supercar capable of traveling up to 420 km / h at top speed. This Chiron can be ordered in a Sport version, which slightly changes its transmission settings and provides a more efficient machine when cornering.
For those who want more, there is the all-new Chiron Pur Sport which completely sacrifices top speed in favor of maximum efficiency on the track. The latter is fitted with a shortened gearbox, a reworked chassis and semi-slick tires. In contrast, the Chiron Super Sport 300+ is interested in top speed. Thanks to an engine pushed to 1600 horsepower and a less loaded aerodynamics, it managed to reach 490 km / h last year.
A mix of genres
For those who find these models too “classic”, Bugatti also offers ultra-exclusive variants: the Divo in forty copies, the Centodieci in ten copies and La Voiture Noire in a single copy. But which version corresponds to this prototype surprised on the road by the spy photographers of Carscoops?
Its face is that of the Chiron Super Sport 300+, but it does not have the same bodywork: the rear is rather that of the normal Chiron, with its classic double exhaust outlet. So, is it a simple development mule to develop the Centodieci or test new mechanical components? Or is Bugatti still preparing a new variant of its supercar? Remember that the Divo and Centodieci have not yet been completed. This prototype may therefore have a link with them.
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