The new Bugatti Chiron Super Sport is an upgraded version of the standard Chiron, and it will be the recently launched sister model Chiron Sports. Chiron Super Sport follows in the footsteps of 1931 Type 55 Super Sport, 1993 EB 110 Super Sport and 2010 Veyron Super Sport. It will be put into production in early 2022.
- The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport is equipped with a 1,600-horsepower, 8.0-liter four-turbocharged W16 engine
- Its shape is similar to the special edition Chiron Super Sport 300+
- Its chassis has been fully remodeled on the basis of the standard Chiron
2021 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: What is it?
The new members of the Chiron series and Chiron Super Sports 300+Based on the specially modified Chiron’s limited edition special edition, the car set a record-breaking top speed of 304 mph (489 km/h) in 2019.
However, unlike that car, the Super Sport valued at £2.75 million (approximately Rs 2.834 billion) emphasizes rolling improvements.The president stated that although Super Sport 300+ is a lightweight and speed-focused product, the new Super Sport is still loyal to Bugatti’s tradition of “combining top speed with absolute luxury” Stephen WinkelmanHe claimed that this is the “ultimate wagon”.
2021 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: Design
The main design changes to the standard Chiron are the custom front end and the 25 cm long rear end to optimize aerodynamic efficiency.This, combined with the modified diffuser and Sundijech-The exhaust holes on the rear wing help offset the “huge” downforce generated by the Super Sport at a top speed of 440 km/h.
Although 30 production examples of the record-breaking Super Sport 300+ feature exposed carbon fiber bodies, the new Super Sport is known for its more obvious production-focused, optional two-tone uniform.
Pur Sport’s lightweight magnesium alloy wheels are an option, but Super Sport comes standard with a unique set of five-spoke aluminum components.
Inside, Super Sport is closer to the standard Chiron, most surfaces use polished aluminum and leather, as well as carbon fiber elements.
2021 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: Engine and performance
Like all other iterations of Chiron, Super Sport is powered by a four-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 gasoline engine, adjusted to match the 1,600 horsepower output of a special-edition 304 mph (489 km/h) car. The maximum engine speed is 300 rpm higher than the standard Chiron at 7,100 rpm, and the maximum torque (approximately 1,600 Nm) is now available in a wider speed range.
By modifying its turbocharger, oil pump and cylinder head, Super Sport can accelerate from 0-200kph in 5.8 seconds, and is 7% to 400kph faster than the standard Chiron.
The Dipan has been fully remodeled to conform to the modified shape and dual focus of the car. For example, the steering and shock absorbers have been strengthened to improve high-speed stability and smoother cornering behavior, and customized Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires are said to have higher rigidity and smoothness than Pur Sport tires. Bugatti claims that these tires are the only tires in the world that can continue driving at a speed of 500 km/h.
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