Astronauts have a great view of the world’s greatest test track. Located in the heel of Italy’s boot, Fiat built a perfect 8-mile circle. Since the track is banked over 12 degrees, drivers don’t need the steering wheel, as this angle simulates a straight line. Records have been broken here since 1975, so that is why the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ and the Chiron Pur Sport attacked the Nardo Ring.
Two cars and 37 employees evaluated the cars before, during, and after each run, always looking for ways to go faster. This is the beginning phase of a series of tests. Four examples of each model are planned to accumulate over 12,500 miles to make sure their customers get what they pay for. Only 30 examples of the 300+ will be built, each with 100 more horsepower than a normal Chiron. Because tire technology is not quite ready for the average consumer, the production cars will be limited to 273 mph.
To cover the middle ground between the base model and the 300+, the Chiron Pur Sport nearly production ready. Only 60 cars will be built, with an emphasis on handling and grip instead of top speed. Therefore they have different suspensions, transmissions, engine calibrations and cooling systems. Both models will arrive next year with the Pur Sport priced at 3 Million Euros, and 3.5 Million for the 300+. Tell us which one you have ordered in the comments below and have a great weekend.