- 200th unit is a Chiron 110 ans Bugatti
- Less than 100 units available to order
The Bugatti Chiron was unveiled back in 2017 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The successor to the Veyron will be limited to 500 units globally. Now, the Molsheim based marquee has achieved the 200 units production milestone for the Chiron.
The 200th unit is special in more than one way, as the model is a Chiron ‘110 ans Bugatti’. Finished in a shade of Steel Blue exposed carbon fibre, the model boasts of features such as the ‘Sky View’ glass roof panels, French flag on the wing mirrors and brake calipers painted in a shade of Blue inspired from the French flag.
In 2017, Bugatti manufactured 70 units of the Chiron, followed by 76 units in 2018. For 2019, the brand aims to complete production of more than 80 units. Each unit of the Chiron takes 10 months to build, out of which eight weeks are accounted for the final assembly alone. The company also took the occasion to announce that less than 100 build slots of the Chiron are now available for order.
Speaking on the occasion, Stephan Winkelmann, President, Bugatti, said, “You can’t feel anything but pride when you see this 200th Chiron emerge from the factory. Also, this model marks the celebration of our company history and recalls our French heritage. The quality and dedication of everyone involved in a bugatti car is unique in the world and demonstrates the passion that we bring to our work.”