Bugatti makes 100th Chiron and it costs a cool $4.45m

Bugatti is celebrating a production milestone with the delivery of the 100th hand crafted Chiron at the brand’s Molsheim plant in Alsace, France.

Specifically commissioned by a wealthy individual from the Arabian Peninsula, Chiron number 100 is finished in a striking dark blue carbon matte paint scheme – a first for a Chiron. It is contrasted by the red Bugatti side line and a set of mink black finished wheels.

Inside, the opulent interior is upholstered in full leather, with red being the dominant colour.

The price? A cool $A4.45m, or $650,000 more than the ‘regular’ Chiron.

With total production limited to just 500 cars worldwide, there’s just 400 more to go. Bugatti says its order books are ‘extremely well-filled’ and production is running at full speed, with about 70 cars leaving the manufacturer’s factory every year.

Check Also

Bugatti Chiron gets first tuning kit from Mansory

It’s hard to fathom someone would drop $3.4M big ones on a new Bugatti Chiron …