Not just any Chrion, Bugatti modified a Chiron Sport and took it to Germany’s Ehra-Lessien to set a new speed record. Thankfully, everything went as planned, and they managed to hit a staggering 304.773 mph, verified by Germany’s Technical Inspection Association (TÜV), which makes it official. To make this happen, Bugatti teamed with Dallara and tire manufacturer Michelin for the past six months. Read more for the video and additional information.
Noticeable modifications include the rear wing delete, laser-controlled ride height, and two vertically stacked dual exhausts. Instead of a passenger seat, Bugatti replaced it with lots of computers and also installed a full roll cage. For the hyper rich, you’ll be happy to know that this long-tail Chiron Sport has officially been labeled as a “near-production prototype.”