The Bugatti Chiron has been with us for a while now, and although we’ve seen a fair share of videos with it, the big brute still has many things to hide. Some of them in plain sight.
But thanks to Saabkyle04, who thoroughly filmed every inch of the 1500 PS (1,479hp) 1,600 Nm (1,180 lb·ft) of torque mid-engine, two-seater sports car, we’re able to uncover some of its secrets, at least visually.
Sure, the reportedly 463 km/h (288 mph) capable Chiron is so intricate that this 28-minute video only scratches the surface of its complexity, but it’s enough to offer you an exclusive insight of this automotive royalty.
As you’d expect, Bugatti is in a league of its own when it comes to attention to details, as even the regular key fob’s logo is made from silver like the one on the radiator grille. To top it off, each one of the four headlamps uses carbon fiber and aluminum elements, while the entire light clusters are characterized by Bugatti as the flattest LED projector headlamps ever fitted to a production car.
As with the older Veyron, the French car manufacturer claims that the Chiron can give off 3000hp worth of heat rejection when it’s driving in earnest, which means a carefully engineered cooling system (comprised of 10 radiators and 5 separate cooling circuits) and an effective aerodynamic package had to be implemented.
Interested in finding out more? Watch the video below and try not to think at the Chiron’s price tag in the meantime.