The colors are shown as a mirror image on the right-hand side of the vehicle, matching French official vehicles.
Bugatti has revealed a special, ultra-exclusive version of the Chiron Sport as part of its 110th anniversary as a brand. Bugatti said in its announcement this follows the form of official French vehicles, which ensure the flag's blue portion is to the fore on both sides of the auto.
It's called the "110 Ans Bugatti", and it's quite the colorful package. Composite is used for manufacturing outer panels, front and aerodynamic elements.
At the rear, the matte Steel Blue paint is said to evoke the texture of hot-rolled steel, while Steel Blue Carbon finish used elsewhere allows the underlying carbon-fibre to seen. She needs to be reminded of the historical Bugatti models. Completing the look are a set of alloy wheels painted in "Nocturne" matt black, with French Racing Blue calipers hiding behind. The diffuser and bumper are finished in glossy Steel Blue Carbon.
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The interior uses carbon fiber and leather colors Deep Blue. The door trims, sides and seat areas of the sports seats are covered in Alcantara.
Inside, the auto features tricolour stripes down the headrests and backrests of the two-tone blue leather and Alcantara seats.
In 1909, Bugatti founder Ettore Bugatti unveiled his first ever model, the Type 10. There is a solid silver crafted medallion which is positioned on a carbon fiber plate in the central console stowage space. The Type 10 was light, small and nimble with an adequate power output - an agile racing vehicle with function following form in an uncompromising way.
No changes are made to the earth-buckling 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine, leaving it with the standard 1103kW power output (1500PS) - we don't think any buyer will be complaining. Bugatti quotes a 2.4-second 0-100km/h time, 6.1 second 0-200 and 13.1 sec 0-300, with a top speed of 420km/h. Even the magic figure of 400 km/h can be reached in only 32.6 seconds. This is an industrial product of considerable artistic merit.