You probably have noticed the strong lines that Bugatti borrowed into this car from the Veyron. The huge air vents, including the large C-shaped side vents are all a part of the aerodynamic elements of this car. The car does look beautiful - the sharp headlamps and the single strip of break light in the rear give the Chiron a stronger design than the Veyron.
Now, this car isn’t for everyone. Those 500 people who will own a prestigious Bugatti Chiron will shell out a unsurprisingly whopping €2.4 million (or $2.6 million). The deposit amount itself will buy you a Lamborghini Huracàn. Bugatti reports already 170 cars of the 500 have been sold. In fact, this car is going to have quiet a waiting list: just the carbon fibre of each car takes 500 hours to laminate, and the whole car assembly takes a full 9 months - all handled by 20 engineers in a soccer-field sized room. Bugatti aims to produce 50 vehicles every year, and the car will be produced for the entire next decade. This is also the first profit-making machine for Bugatti under the Volkswagen brand.
The Bugatti Chiron is quiet an insane package, unmistakably Bugatti like, adding to its history of beautifully sculpted custom made automobiles.
Sources: Bugatti, The Verge, Wired
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