On May 23, Bugatti produces the 100th Chiron vehicle, which leaft the L’Atelier headquarters in Molsheim, Alsace. The supercar began production in 2016 and this 100th edition leaves the factory for an awaiting customer in the Arabian Peninsula.
According to Bugatti: “The outer skin of the car consists entirely of dark blue carbon, supplied with a matt finish for the first time. The paintwork of the iconic Bugatti side line in Italian red and the wheels in mink black creates a pronounced contrast. In the full-leather interior, red is the dominant colour. The price of this extraordinary connoisseur’s car is about €2.85 million net.”
Bugatti production is running at full speed, the company says, at about 70 cars per year with a production cap of 500 total vehicles for the Chiron model.
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