Riding high on their 304 mph run, Bugatti’s Grand Tour began yesterday in Milano. It was not an arbitrary starting point, as it is the birthplace of Ettore Bugatti. Spectators were amazed to see 23 Veyrons and Chirons driving in formation. President of Bugatti Stephan Winkelmann said: “It is very special to walk on Ettore’s steps, in his hometown. To see all those cars representing our craftsmanship, climbing up the Piemonte hills is an extraordinary sight.”
After lunch, they aimed for Monaco, the home of Bugatti driver Louis Chiron. The ability to be comfortable cruisers on these ancient roads makes the modern Bugatti one of the greatest luxury cars for sale. This 110th Anniversary tour will continue tomorrow, so stay with us for all your Bugatti news.
P.S. If you didn’t see this yesterday, hang on to your seat!
2018 Bugatti Chiron Price, Specs, Photos & Review