Shortly after Bugatti broke the 300 mph (483 km/h) barrier with a tuned prototype of the Chiron, they announced a limited production run of the (hyper)car.
Limited to only 30 units worldwide, the Chiron Super Sport 300+ has a starting price of €3.5 million ($3.9 million). And, as is customary these days with those limited-run hypercars, they’re all sold out. However, if you missed your chance of buying one, we found a build slot on Mobile that costs an eye-watering €4,680,000 ($5,204,610).
The used car dealer behind the ad, which also has some other expensive machines in its portfolio, including a couple of LaFerraris, a new Ford GT and a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, claims that the hypercar will become available from November 30 this year. Which, we gather, is the right time to make a billionaire feel like Xmas has really come a bit early this year.
By default, Bugatti is offering the Chiron Super Sport 300+ with a black paint finish contrasted by orange accents, in the veins of the Veyron Super Sport. Those who are willing to spend even more, though, can have it in whatever color they desire.
TopGear reports that a roll cage and removed speed limiter could be on the options list, in case some of those 1 percenters want to experience it flat-out, and they could do so at the Ehra-Lessien test track for what we reckon will be akin to a small fortune for us mere mortals.
Compared to other versions of Molsheim’s model, the Chiron Super Sport 300+ sports a number of aerodynamic enhancements. More importantly, though, the 8.0-liter, quad-turbo W16 has been tuned to develop a neck-snapping 1,600 PS (1,577 hp / 1,177 kW), up from the “regular” Chiron’s 1,500 PS (1,479 hp / 1,103 kW).