Bugatti unveiled the Chiron Pur Sport that features a new aerodynamic configuration, a close-ratio transmission, high-performance tires, an agile chassis and suspension setup. The hypersports car is created to conquer corners and challenging country roads.
The Chiron Pur Sport’s front end is dominated by an intentionally dynamic expression. Very wide air inlets and an enlarged horseshoe panel at the bottom make perfect radiator air outlets. The vehicle’s striking splitter generates maximum downforce by protruding considerably at the front while also making the vehicle seem wider. Primary lines run across the air outlets on the front wing like tendons on a muscle, radiating the design image of a well-honed athlete.
Specifically for the hypersports car, Bugatti created a new optional split paintwork design. The entire bottom third of the vehicle features exposed carbon fiber to make the vehicle seem even lower. From the sides these dark surfaces merge with the color of the road surface and make the Pur Sport appear even flatter.
The rear of the Pur Sport carries the vehicle’s rear spoiler spanning 1.90 metres to generate impressive amounts of downforce, and the striking diffuser also significantly boosts the vehicle’s aerodynamics. Angled wing mounts form a large X in conjunction with the rear apron, a feature that is inspired by elements of science fiction and motorsport . Its extremely lightweight and highly temperature-resistant exhaust tailpipe is made of 3D-printed titanium.
The sporty interior features large surfaces upholstered with Alcantara to save weight. Dynamic patterns have been lasered into the Alcantara door trim panels featuring contrasting fabric highlights with a metal look. All trim and controls are made exclusively of either black, anodized aluminum or titanium. Contrasting cross-stitching adds color highlights, as do the steering wheel’s 12 o’clock spoke and the blue center spine.
Bugatti and Michelin developed the new and exclusive Bugatti Sport Cup 2 R tire in 285/30 R20 dimensions at the front and 355/25 R21 at the rear to match the new Aero wheel design.
The Chiron Pur Sport draws its power from the 8.0-litre W16 engine that generates 1,500 horsepower and 1,600-newton meters of torque. The vehicle now releases its full power at 350 km/h. and it accelerates from 60 to 120 km/h almost two seconds faster than the already lightning-fast Chiron.