What will come next?
It was in 2016 that the Bugatti Chiron was unveiled to the world. After the unveiling, it took just 18 months for Bugatti to sell 300 build slots for the Chiron, a more than impressive feat. Now, just a couple of years later, Bugatti has announced that just 40 build slots remain. For those remaining slots, the hypercar model will only be available in Chiron Pur Sport and Chiron Super Sport form. Bugatti also notes that the final examples of the Chiron and Chiron Sport are currently being made or are scheduled to be built. What Bugatti has accomplished with the Chiron is astounding. The Chiron’s attractiveness comes from not only its beauty but also its groundbreaking capabilities. A perfect moment in time that was truly historic was when the Chiron Super Sport broke the 300 mph barrier and set a new world record top speed for a production car. Simply put, the Chiron’s specs are out of this world. While it may be a sad day when the final Chiron rolls out of Bugatti’s Molsheim Atelier, it will be exciting to see what’s next.
Below are a few of the major production milestones for the Bugatti Chiron.
First Chiron customer deliveries take place following its global unveiling at Geneva International Motorshow in 2016.
100th Chiron is delivered to a customer in the Middle East.
250th Chiron produced as limited production run of 500 units enters second half.
300th Chiron leaves the Atelier in Molsheim – a Pur Sport as one of just 60 vehicles.
Chiron Pur Sport and Super Sport to round off Chiron family production as final 40 units.