1,500-HP Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Tested on Track

The Italian hypercars were tested on the "perfect" track at different speeds and at high temperatures.

In anticipation of the start of deliveries to customers, Bugatti has published a 7-minute video showing how the new Chiron Pur Sport and Chiron Super Sport 300+ were tested on a track in Italy.

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As a test site, the Italian specialists chose a 12.6-km track located in the province of Lecce, near Nardo. The track built in the 1970s is one of the most famous test tracks, where you can accelerate faster than 400 km/h.

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The tests were conducted over four weeks. They involved 37 people who ran four Chiron Pur Sport cars and four Chiron Super Sport 300+ vehicles, analyzing the operation of all their systems. The experts drove the models for more than 20,000 km, testing the Chirons at different speeds and at high temperatures. As a result of grueling tests, the engineers managed to collect a huge amount of data.

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The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is positioned as the most driver-friendly car in the family. The hypercar is equipped with a W16 (1,500 hp / 1,600 Nm). The modification differs from the standard coupe in an aerodynamic body kit, a large wing, and a weight reduced by 50 kп. A top speed of the model is 350 km/h. In total, the company will release 60 copies of the coupe, each of which will cost €3.2 million.

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The Chiron Super Sport 300+ is the company's first hypercar to reach speeds of over 490 km/h. The model features an elongated body, redesigned aerodynamics, and an engine boosted to 1,600 hp. Bugatti will release only 30 copies at a price of €3.5 million.

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In mid-May, Bugatti began the first tests of the Chiron Pur Sport. Both a running gear and a powertrain were subjected to them.

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