Yep, that’s the number of Chiron’s that have left the Bugatti factory. It’s both astonishing that there are so few of these cars built for the world but on the other hand, 300 is a huge number considering just how expensive these vehicles are.
€3 million Euros. That’s how much it costs for a Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport, the “special” Chiron. But if you don’t have quite that much to spend you can always opt for the plain old regular Chiron for €2.5 million Euros net ($2.998 million USD). How many people do you know personally that can afford a €3 million Euro car? You’d probably have to go a couple of degrees of separation to get an answer!
The 300th vehicle is actually this Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport featured here capable of 0-100 km/h in 2.3 seconds, up to 200 km/h in 5.5 seconds, less than 12 seconds to 300 km/h and 0-Cars and Coffee in 1.2 seconds.
There are plenty of challengers to the Chrion throne but one thing is for sure: none of them come anywhere near Bugatti’s bespoke luxury, engineering, and class nor do they have any kind of heritage to draw upon.
What Bugatti do next is going to be interesting.