During the dark days of the outbreak, many automakers chose to unveil their latest models online. This might work well for economy cars, but not for the world’s most renowned automaker. Bugatti has poured thousands of hours and millions of dollars into revealing the Chiron’s pure nature. Because it is unlike anything before, it must be experienced in person. Starting at their headquarters in Alsace, the team spent a week in Paris to before turning west. Now they have arrived in Germany’s ancient Port City to the delight of all Hamburgers.
Bugatti has four German dealers, with Hamburg being the most-northern. As such, they handle every order from Denmark to the North Pole. Because production is limited to 60 cars, this road trip also serves as a shakedown before production begins. Any issues deemed detrimental to customer satisfaction are being addressed and rectified by engineers and assembly personnel. This further justifies the price of three million Euros, or $3.375 Million Dollars. It might be the last Bugatti to not have some form of electric power, so stay with us for all your Bugatti news.