Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ Capped At Just 30 Units Worldwide (New Images)

Bugatti has released additional images of the production Chiron Super Sport 300+, while also confirming that the first customer cars will be delivered in mid-2021.(Updated 9/9/2019)

This is the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+, the production version of the top speed prototype that recently smashed through the 300 mph (482 km/h) barrier to establish a new benchmark for a road car.

“After the incredible speed record of more than 300 miles per hour, which we were the first series manufacturer to achieve, we’re now offering our customers the Super Sport 300+ – a very special edition model and the fastest Bugatti ever”, says Stephan Winkelmann, President of Bugatti.

The production-ready version looks virtually identical to the prototype and is bathed in the same carbon fiber skin with bright orange accents, much like the Veyron Super Sport. This means the front end is dominated by a blacked-out horseshoe grille and aggressive air intakes that make the ‘regular’ Chiron seem restrained. There are also circular air vents sitting at the top of both front wheel arches.

The rear is where most of the visual and aerodynamic changes were made. As such, the rear decklid is much longer than the standard Chiron and now supports a bespoke engine cover. In addition, there are vertically-stacked quad exhausts just like the recent Bugatti Centodieci. The only notable visual difference between the top speed prototype and the production model are the bespoke black wheels of the car heading to the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Bugatti explored the top speed of the Chiron with Andy Wallace sitting in a proper race seat and with the passenger seat removed. In its void sat a host of laptops and GPS data-logging equipment. The road-going Chiron Super Sport 300+ will feature normal seats and also be free of the roll cage of the prototype. In addition, the ride height has been put back to standard.

Also Read: Bugatti Says Chiron Prototype Could Have Gone 15 MPH Faster In Nevada

Top Gear reports that the Chiron Super Sport 300+ will come with an electronic speed limiter but the French marque has yet to decide what speed it should cap the hypercar at. It is reported that customers may have the chance to spec a roll-cage in their vehicles and to have the limiter removed. Owners may even have the opportunity to test out their cars at VW Group’s Ehra-Lessien test track.

Power is provided by the same modified 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 as the prototype with no less than 1578 hp on tap.

Production of the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ will be capped at 30 units with prices starting at €3.5 million ($3.9 million at current exchange rates).

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  • FOR WHEN 261 MPH JUST ISN’T ENOUGH.

  • SteersUright

    Magnificently brutal looking. Not a beauty, but beautiful details all over the place inside and out. Truly an engineering marvel, so meticulously finished.

  • TheAmerican2point0

    I love the exhaust setup on the car?

  • Frase

    Brilliant piece of machinery. The longtail design really gives it a more imperious air. However I do hope Koenigsegg takes up the challenge and tries topping that record (even if it’s not official).

  • Nastinupe1911

    Damn… I have never driven faster than 161 MPH. I’ve got some catching up to do. I need to at least make it to 200 MPH club.

    • brn

      You got me beat. 144mph in a ’77 LTD. I do not recommend it.

      • Andrewthecarguy

        Damn! You are a brave soul

    • Andrewthecarguy

      180 mph in an E39 M5 post trashing around the ‘Ring scared half to death.
      Don’t think I have the cajones to do it again though, getting old 😉

  • mccarluvr123

    It looks devilishly good, especially the rear end. Love the longtail look and the stacked exhausts.

  • Dennis James

    At 400kph I don’t think it matters if a rollcage is present or not…if something happens, you are dead.

  • MatTa Ddor

    This ain’t a car, this f*ck!ng spaceship

  • Ben

    Very impressive engineering and it is great to see Bugatti is now selling vehicles without a limiter. However, IMO, Bugatti needs to break the record the same way everyone else did, average out the speeds. We know Koenigsegg will and has before.

  • Vassilis

    While I liked the original Veyron more than the Super Sport, this is prettier than the normal Chiron.

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