With the factory in Molsheim, Alsace, France working at full capacity, it was only a matter of time until Bugatti got to celebrate their 100th Chiron model.
“I find the 100th Chiron especially pleasing”, said Winkelmann. “It is dynamic and elegant in equal measure. This car shows that Bugatti produces highly individualized masterpieces of automobile craftsmanship that are simply unparalleled.”
The 100th Bugatti Chiron features a special configuration, with the exterior being adorned with dark blue carbon and supplied with a matte finish, “for the first time” as the firm notes. Red accents come as a continuation of the cabin, which sports Italian red leather.
As for the price of this very special Chiron, it is “about” €2.85 million (equal to $3.36 million), and that’s without tax. The hypercar is already on its way to a customer in the Middle East.
All in all, Bugatti will only produce 500 units of the Chiron. And with approximately 70 examples leaving the factory every year, it will remain in production until 2023. By then, the Volkswagen-owned car marque will likely have a potent successor in development, whose job will be to build on the legacy and success of the Veyron and the modern Chiron.