How do you replace the Bugatti Veyron? The answer, the incomparable 1500 horsepower Chiron. Picture this... lighter and more responsive than its predecessor, 1500 pounds of torque, and a top speed of over 273 MPH, the Bugatti Chiron is likely to be the fastest production car in the world with styling befitting the performance. The Chiron will be an exclusive model with only 500 being produced and priced at $2.5-3mm. St. Louis Motorcars is now accepting orders for the 2017 Bugatti Chiron.
The Bugatti legacy dates back to the year 1901, when the designs and constructions of Ettore Bugatti and his son Jean achieved a perfect synthesis of art and technology. In the 1920s, Ettore Bugattiâ€™s cars were the embodiment of light construction and unmatched technical aestheticism. Jean Bugattiâ€™s bodywork designs had a lasting impact on the style of the 1930s. Prime examples of these two eras are the almost invincible racing car Typ 35 designed by Ettore Bugatti, and the vanguard super-sports two-seater Typ 57SC Atlantic by Jean Bugatti. Each of these surpassing automobiles embodies the genius of its creator. Yet the history of this legendary brand and its two formative designers and engineers goes far beyond technology and art â€“ it is also a history of automotive pioneering. This legacy lives on in the Veyron and soon the Chiron.
The Bugatti Veyron has been the reigning king of the hypercar since it first roared onto the scene eleven years ago. Once the world record holder for the fastest production car ever, the Veyron set a new standard for what was possible...
When Bugatti released the Veyron in 2005, it was hailed as the finest production car ever made. It was viewed as superior to every other hypercar on the market with an exhilarating performance, unparalleled comfort, and one of the most dynamic vehicle designs ever... until now.