Priced from $3.26-million USD, the Bugatti Chiron Sport is lighter than its predecessor, thanks to forged wheels, plenty of carbon fiber parts, as well as more agile, with 10% stiffer shock absorbers and modified steering. Aside from the 1,500-hp W16 engine, it also boasts a Dynamic Torque Vectoring System, an optimized rear axle differential setting, and four-port exhaust deflector. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
"The Bugatti Chiron Sport presented in Geneva is finished in Italian Red, adorned with visible grey carbon fiber, and boasting black-dominant interior with red contrast stitching. The hypercar can also be had in French Racing Blue, Gris Rafale, and Gun Powder as well. This example is said to feature 'all the options available,' and as a result, it costs €2.98 million net in Europe, and $3.672 million gross in the United States," according to Car Scoops.