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The Bugatti Chiron 110 Ans Celebrates, Well, 110 Years of Bugatti

The Bugatti Chiron 110 Ans Celebrates, Well, 110 Years of Bugatti

On the body side mirrors and the lower part of the wing caused the French tricolor.

Bugatti is celebrating its historic 110th anniversary with an ultra-exclusive version of its Chiron Sport. Bugatti said in its announcement this follows the form of official French vehicles, which ensure the flag's blue portion is to the fore on both sides of the auto.

Pricing for the Bugatti Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti" has not been revealed. Nocturne matte-black wheels shroud French Racing Blue brake calipers. The diffuser and bumper are finished in glossy Steel Blue Carbon.

The special edition models use the colour scheme of the French tricolour "Le Bleu-Blanc-Rouge", with its colours of blue, white and red. In contrast to the usual "Sharonov" standard in the Chiron Sport 110 ans Bugatti is already included four-layer panoramic roof Sky View. A 12 o'clock mark sits on the steering wheel finished in matte carbon fiber and blue leather. Inserts in doors and seats are made from Alcantara, and bluish skin tint which is called Bright French Racing Blue. "The seats feature a tricolour stripe up the middle and a '110 and Bugatti" logo on the headrest, while bits of carbon fibre appear on steering wheel, steering column, seat trims and so on.

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Even the key has been given a boost - it's covered in three sewn leather patches in the tricolour shades.

Instead of some clear nods to the old Type 10, Bugatti has turned the Chiron into a celebration of France, where Italian-born Ettore spent much of his life. There is a solid silver crafted medallion which is positioned on a carbon fiber plate in the central console stowage space. It was "light, small and nimble with an adequate power output". Only 20 units will be made available in the market.

In terms of its mechanical make-up, the vehicle boasts a quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine that can jump from zero to 62mph in 2.5 seconds, and tops out at 261mph. Keep your foot on the pedal and you'll hit 400 km/h in 32.6 seconds before maxing out at 420 km/h. Stephan Winkelmann, President of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. said: "Molsheim in the Alsace region of France is an essential element in Bugatti's brand history and this is also where we are planning our future".