[2020 Edition] Current Bugatti Model Lineup
Everything You Need To Know About 2020 Bugatti Models Including Prices, Specs, Reviews & Buyers Guides
2020 Bugatti Chiron
With a name honoring Louis Chiron, Bugatti’s grand prix driver in the 20s and 30s who cleaned up at virtually all the major races he contested behind the wheel of their cars, the stakes were raised even higher.
Operating beyond the known best standard in any field is incredibly tough; new battlelines had to be drawn. Alongside the pre-marketing activity, which led to those 100s of names on the pre-order list, Bugatti tested the Chiron extensively across several continents, ensuring whatever the conditions it was head and shoulders above the competition.
Design was another priority the engineers had to work around. While the design looked to all intents and purposes like it could be an actual car, albeit an extremely high-end one, less consideration was needed for elements like airbags, packaging of the engine, drivetrain and even the interior when the concept was just a shell with numbers for a physics model typed in to the game code – building and developing the real thing represented an entirely different challenge.
The 8-litre W16 from the Veyron is no bad place to start from that perspective; that car had no shortage of power, producing 1183bhp in SuperSports configuration – at launch, the fastest production car in the world. Bugatti updated the entire car with extensive work in all areas. It is stunning.
This special edition Chiron Sport is called the “110 ans Bugatti.” It’s designed to honor the car company’s 110 anniversary and its French heritage. From a performance standpoint, designers made no changes to the drivetrain. Only 20 examples will be produced.
The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ is a production version of the Chiron that is based on the prototype that make the 300 mph run recently. Bugatti will make only 30 of the vehicles and slap $3.9 million price tag on them. The car is based on the record-breaking car.
The Divo shares most of the important mechanical features with the Chiron; most notably the same quad-turbocharged 8.0L W16 engine which produces an extravagant 1,500 horsepower. Purchasing one will cost $5.8 million USD, only 40 are being produced. An epic variant by Bugatti.
The Bugatti Centodieci is the brand’s homage to one of its most iconic supercars of all time, the EB110. Images of the Centodieci were leaked ahead of the launch of the car and rumors have spread before the reveal. Despite this, the car is undeniably impressive and a force to be reckoned with.
The one-off project called the Bugatti La Voiture Noire is built on the Chiron platform but is so special and unique it commands a $18.9 million price tag. With its homage to the fourth, all-black Atlantic, missing since WWII, the brand is bringing the tech, luxury and aesthetics of an icon into a new era.
The Bugatti Chiron Noire Sportive features a matte carbon fiber exterior and a matte finish on anything that isn’t carbon fiber. This includes the C-shaped signature line, wheels, grille, and front splitter. The vehicle is the duller-looking sibling to the Élégance.