Bugatti has officially named the successor of its ultra-rare Veyron model.
The Bugatti Chiron will make its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show this March. The hypercar was named after Louis Chiron, the most successful Bugatti works driver and best racing driver in the world in the 1920s and 1930s.
More than 100 orders are already in, despite the supercar still being in its final testing stages. Bugatti is guaranteeing no other production super sports car of this caliber has been subjected to such a stringent, comprehensive test program.
“The Chiron will set new standards in every respect. We will continue to produce the world’s most powerful, fastest, most luxurious and most exclusive production super sports car,” said Bugatti President, Wolfgang Durheimer.
The Chiron countdown is underway, and should be unleashed in about three months. Buckle up.