Bugatti Chiron Super Sport Super Sport 300+ is a Hypercar model that once made a splash for the French Hypercar brand when it achieved an incredible speed milestone. After many years of being put into production, the production line of this Hypercar model has recently officially closed when the last model was shipped and delivered to customers.

The production process of 30 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ has been completed and the new owner of this last Hypercar has also been handed over to the customer. This is the latest step for the brand to complete the production of a total of 500 Chirons before moving towards manufacturing and launching the next models.

Super Sport 300+ honors the Chiron’s record of 490.484 km/h around the Ehra-Lessien test track that the car has achieved in recent times. When the Chiron Super Sport 300+ first appeared in 2019, Bugatti set a new operating limit by breaking through the “barrier” of 300 mph (equivalent to more than 482 km/h). ) – a milestone that many people believe is unbreakable. Through the tireless efforts of the engineering team at Atelier headquarters, this model has shown tremendous power when reaching the threshold of 304,773 miles/hour (about 490,484 km/h) and officially established a new record. A whole new world continent.

To be able to surpass the 440 km/h milestone requires Bugatti engineers to work at full capacity, as a result, Bugatti’s famous 8.0-liter W16 engine block has been improved with a power of more than 1,570. horsepower (1,600 PS) and about 98 horsepower more powerful than its brother Chiron. Specifically, Bugatti has developed a new heat management system for the engine and gearbox of the Chiron Super Sport 300+, ensuring that these parts remain in the coolest state even when traveling at high speeds. maximum speed. In addition, the French car company also offers a number of software upgrades for the engine, gearbox, transmission and turbocharger, contributing to improving the vehicle’s performance.

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ has a design and technical specifications that are completely different from the Chiron, so the acceleration ability of the “speed king” is thoroughly optimized. In addition, the car’s aerodynamically shaped body also plays a significant role in helping Bugatti’s car model to be able to soar at speeds of more than 420 km/h with absolute stability. Most notable is the Longtail rear, this detail lengthens the car’s body by 25 cm, allowing laminar airflow to pass through the car for a longer period of time, thereby significantly reducing latency. aerodynamics is about 40%.

Huge air intakes in the front bumper help disperse excess air pressure to the sides of the car. Meanwhile, the air vents on the front wheel arches also help direct excess pressure away from this area, while reducing drag by creating a small negative lift force. The body of the Chiron Super Sport 300+ is handcrafted using pure black carbon fiber material, the exterior is adorned with Jet Orange dual stripes extending from the front to the rear of the car. The presence of details made from ultra-light carbon fiber also includes the engine compartment cover or even the windshield wipers.

Bugatti announced the Super Sport 300+ in September 2019. In 2021, the brand launched the first batch of eight completed cars. The Chiron has been sold out since January 2022 and this year, the automaker expects to deliver at least 80 cars. Bugatti is now looking to the future as part of its merger with Rimac and the Chiron successor is taking shape. The new model will continue to use an internal combustion engine but will also be electrified in the future.

The Chiron’s successor is said to make its public debut in 2024. Potential wealthy Bugatti customers will get a preview of the car’s appearance this year as the brand solicits feedback with a view to new product development.

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