While a 6×6 version of the Bugatti Chiron makes no sense, we’re pretty sure some wealthy buyers would still fancy one.
The Bugatti Chiron Sport in question features an eye-catching blue-on-blue paint scheme.
According to the man behind the wheel, the Bugatti could have exceeded that speed if it had a longer stretch of tarmac ahead of it.
Thanks to its hybrid powertrain and all-wheel drive, the 918 Spyder can hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than 2.5 seconds, scaring some serious machinery.
After breaking the 300 mph barrier, Bugatti is turning its focus on the development of its new model that, as everything points out, could be an SUV.
Now that it has made a point about its hypercar’s top speed with the 300+, Bugatti will turn its attention to other aspects like power-to-weight ratio and ultimate handling.
Watch as this Bugatti Chiron sprints to 226 mph in just one mile.
Changes to the Ehra-Lessienn circuit saw Andy Wallace get some hang time in the Chiron Super Sport 300+.
The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ pumps out 1578 hp and has gone where no other production car has.
The event was organized by the Supercars Owners Circle club and was held at the Ambri Airport in the Swiss Alps.
Despite Bugatti being the first to breach the 300 mph barrier, Koenigsegg still holds the title of the fastest production car ever.
Bugatti’s top speed Chiron prototype was 40 mph faster than the Chiron Sport.