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The 400th Bugatti Chiron Shipped with a Special Paint Color | New Auto&Vehicles EV

The 400th Bugatti Chiron Shipped with a Special Paint Color | New Auto&Vehicles EV

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The 400th Bugatti Chiron Shipped with a Special Paint Color | New Auto&Vehicles EV


The 400th Bugatti Chiron Shipped with A Special Paint Color | New Auto&Vehicles EV.

When a new generation of Bugatti hyper sports cars was introduced with Chiron in 2016, it was revealed that only 500 would ever be built. Now, following an assembly process of around two months in the Atelier, the 400th example has been created by hand at the home of Bugatti Automobiles in Molsheim to be united with its custodian. It’s the culmination of the expertise of 20 highly skilled craftspeople, assembling around 1,800 separate components into an incomparable automotive experience.

In the creation of each Chiron, it is said that no car will be like any other, such is the vast array of personalization options available to customers. A near-limitless collection of paints, materials, finishes, bespoke touches, and accessories are available, resulting in a spectacular breadth of creativity among Chiron customers. For the 400th – a Chiron Super Sport – a bare carbon fiber body, tinted dark green has been chosen by its owner.

The special feature of this 400th Bugatti Chiron is that it has a green body, and comes with Super Sport Magnesium wheels, while the engine cover is finished in "Nocturne".

Similarly, the inside of the Bugatti Chiron supercar is also finished with blue and black leather seats, many details are made from matte carbon. On the roof of the car is the Sky View glass to create ventilation for users.
Like other Chiron Super Sports, At the heart of the Chiron Super Sport is Bugatti’s famed 8.0-liter W16 engine, developing 1,176 kW/1,600 PS – 100 PS more than the original Chiron of 2016 – thanks to a significant reengineering with upgrades like an enlarged quartet of turbochargers. Maximum engine speed increases to 7,100 rpm with maximum torque of 1,600 Nm available between 2,000 and 7,000 rpm. Combined with the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission’s controlled shifting, the Chiron Super Sport is capable of accelerating to 300 km/h in 12.1 seconds, with a top speed of 440 km/h.

Launched in 2016, Bugatti Chiron is a Hypercar model with a limited production of only 500 units worldwide, up to now, the French car company has built 400 units. Earlier in January 2022, Bugatti announced that the Chiron had finally been ordered.

Making a Chiron is not an easy thing because it is made entirely by hand, for example, a Chiron Super Sport will be handcrafted by 20 workers, and they need to assemble about 1,800 parts to build this fast hypercar. Of course, assembly and manufacturing require meticulousness and absolute precision to every detail.

Christophe Piochon, president of Bugatti, said, “Each part of the Chiron is an engineering masterpiece, and putting it all together requires the most dedicated and experienced professionals in the world.

The painting or finishing process is so detailed that to achieve the desired effect, eight coats of top coat alone are applied, each of which is polished for a mirror-smooth finish.

The French automaker is starting production of the last 100 Bugatti Chirons. It is worth mentioning that the Chiron is not the last model to mark the end of the W16 engine, because the French automaker also built two more versions, Mistral and Bolide, exclusively for the track.

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