Three Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ hypercars arrive for UK customers
A £12 MILLION haul of crazy Bugattis: Three of just thirty 304.8 MPH Chiron Super Sport 300+ hypercars have arrived for UK customers
- Each car costs from €3.5 million pre-tax – around £4 million including VAT and delivery charges
- Three delivered to HR Owen Bugatti London represent 10% of the total production run of the limited edition car
- Customers based in London and Southern England should take extra care to keep their licenses
- The Chiron Super Sport 300+ set a world record top speed for a production car of 304.773 mph in 2019
There are fast cars and then there’s the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ – the hypercar from the French brand that set a world record top speed for a production model that can be bought by the public.
And it looks like three well-heeled customers from the UK will get their hands on the ultra-exclusive car, of which only 30 were made.
HR Owen Bugatti London took delivery of UK orders this week and pictured the trio parked in formation in the dealer’s workshop.
Priced at around €3.5 million each excluding taxes (around £4 million including VAT and postage), the photo is a staggering £12 million worth of lightning-fast vehicles.
£10.5 million worth of new engines: These three Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ hypercars have arrived for delivery to UK customers. Each costs at least a whopping £4 million each before factoring in optional extras and personalized features
The Chiron Super Sport 300+ was first unveiled to the world in 2019, when it was the first car from a production manufacturer to break the 300 mph mark and set a world record of 304.773 mph, with official Bugatti test pilot Andy Wallace behind it. send.
Shortly afterwards, it was announced that just 30 units of the Chiron Super Sport 300+ would be hand-crafted and delivered to customers around the world – 10 percent of which have now arrived in London.
HR Owen confirmed to us that the three cars – which represent 10 per cent of the limited run – are destined for customers in the capital and southern England.
To reach its world record speed, the Chiron Super Sport 300+ received a number of carefully designed upgrades.
With only 30 of the ultra-exclusive – world record-setting – hypercars produced by the French brand, this means that these British models represent 10% of the total output
The cars were delivered to UK Bugatti dealer, HR Owen, in London before being presented to their owners in the capital and southern England
The Bugatti Chiron Supersport 300+ is a £4 million version of the standard hypercar with the extended carbon fiber bodywork and upgraded exhaust system of the record-breaking example
Only 30 of the Chiron Super Sport 300+ road cars will be made, Bugatti has confirmed. Three of these arrived in the UK this month
Customer cars have a more luxurious interior, a passenger seat and the option for no roll cage. It also loses the laser-guided ride-height system and has an electronic speed limiter
It is clear that the streamlined body has been redesigned with a ‘longtail’, which helped to maintain smooth airflow over the car to maintain stability at high speeds. The new shape and a series of vertical exhaust pipes created a 32 percent larger diffuser, further increasing downforce.
The legendary eight-litre W16 engine has been upgraded with strengthened pistons, larger turbochargers and an oil pump that can operate at higher pressures, to deliver a total of 1,578 hp, which is 99 hp more than a ‘standard’ Chiron.
Bugatti’s modified and tuned Chiron hypercar – with Briton Andy Wallace at the wheel – was clocked at 304.77 mph on a test track in Germany on August 2, 2019, breaking the old record set two years earlier by nearly 27 mph. defeated
Shortly after the high-speed run, the Guinness Book of World Records said it would not recognize Bugatti’s 300 miles per hour achievement due to a stipulation in the rules.
It stated that a land speed record is only eligible if it is achieved within an hour of each other over two runs on the same track in opposite directions – which Bugatti has not done.
The Chiron Super Sport 300+ stands out with its unique paintwork. Compared to Super Sport, which shares a longtail body, the Super Sport 300+ is finished in black carbon fiber, complemented by a Jet Orange racing stripe that runs down the center of the car.
Carbon continues to flow into the hood of the car and even into the windshield wiper.
Additional embellishments complete the design of the 300+, including a Bugatti ‘Macaron’ logo made of real silver and black enamel, and strong magnesium alloy wheels finished in a custom color called ‘Nocturne’.
The sold-out Chiron Super Sport 300+ vehicles will be built at Bugatti’s headquarters in Molsheim, France.
The record speed must be an average of the fastest speeds in both directions of the same track. Bugatti confirmed he was only driving in one direction
The carmaker said it was unable to use the VW test track in both directions due to safety concerns as decades of vehicles racing clockwise around the test track have changed the tarmac
A drive in the opposite direction would go against the grain of the surface, which could cause the tires to overheat, Bugatti said in 2019