As if the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport couldn’t get any better, the French automaker has only gone and dialed it up a notch.
That’s right, the trusty folk in Molsheim have created the ‘Grand Prix’ – a one-of-a-kind creation crafted by its Sur Mesure bespoke department.
And its extraordinary details are sure to set motorsport fans’ hearts racing.
For starters, the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is painted in Blanc (white), brightened up with the addition of an Bugatti ‘EB’ logo pattern on the fenders finished in Grand Prix Red.
The motif starts from the supercar’s distinctive headlights and slowly tightens to become a solid stripe flowing into the doors, with the same pattern applied to the rear of the vehicle, too.
From the side, the first thing you notice is the number ’32’ that adorns the doors.
This references the Type 51 that was emblazoned with the same numbers at the 1931 French Grand Prix.
This was piloted to victory by the racing driver whose name inspired that of the Veyron‘s successor, Louis Chiron.
To be fair, it isn’t easy pin pointing the exceptions details on this particular Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport as there’s so many.
However, the carbon fiber detailing deserves special mention.
With the ‘Grand Prix’, Bugatti’s used red-tinted carbon fiber for the engine cover and surrounds, which pairs perfectly with the traditional black carbon.
Another nicer touch are the EB Bugatti logos and the ‘Chiron’, ‘W16‘, and ‘1500’ legends that are also in red with contrasting black background.
Unfortunately, the automaker‘s not released any interior shots of the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport.
However, it looks like the leather-lined cabin matches the supercar’s exterior, with black upholstery and red accents.
Apparently, this Pur Sport is just one of two examples with a Grand Prix theme.
Bugatti revealed another model earlier this year, with that particular example wearing a sinister two-tone finish of Matte Black Carbon over Matte Jet Grey.