top of page

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport Review: Specs and Pricing

Updated: Apr 21

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport


One of the greatest hypercars of all time is about to come to an end, but not before we have the opportunity to enjoy the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport. The Super Sport is not only one of the final 500 Chiron's that Bugatti has ever made, but it also might be the best one. The 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine in the Super Sport produces the same staggering 1,578 horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque as the Super Sport 300+, but it has an equally opulent interior as the ordinary Chiron, which has less power.

In addition to giving this Chiron a distinctive look, the Super Sport's larger rear end also aids in the vehicle's amazing stability at its 273 mph top speed. The Super Sport's mix of top speed and absolute opulence is unmatched by electric hypercars like the Rimac Nevera, despite the latter being quicker off the line.

The Chiron also maintains its unbeatable status on the Autobahn; in fact, it has a driving mode named after the renowned German motorway, while Lamborghini and Ferrari are better at building agile supercars. The Super Sport serves as a reminder that there isn't another grand tourer quite like the Chiron, even years after it initially entered the market.

Changes In The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport

The Chiron Super Sport combines the greatest features of the standard Chiron and the even faster Chiron Super Sport 300+. It is designed for extremely high speeds without compromising comfort in any way. One of the numerous aerodynamic changes made to increase downforce and make the automobile as slippery as possible, it is identifiable by a longtail rear end that decreases aerodynamic stall by more than 40%. The arches are filled with specially made, ultra-lightweight wheels.

In this application, the powerful 8.0L W16 engine generates 1,578 horsepower and revs at 300 rpm more than before. Also modified were the transmission and chassis. The Super Sport can now hit 273 mph thanks to these improvements.

Bugatti Chiron: Exterior

The enlarged longtail rear end is the most obvious distinction between the Super Sport and the regular Chiron. Although it gives the Super Sport a more ominous appearance, this design allows for significant aerodynamic advancements. 40% less aerodynamic stall now exists.

The tear-off area has decreased by 44% as a result of the closer proximity of the trailing and diffuser tear-off edges. The quad tailpipes have been stacked to create more room for the diffuser at the back of the vehicle.

Although the Super Sport is more recognizable up front, it is nonetheless impressive. With their four-block shape, the LED headlights encircle the recognizable grille and give it a forceful appearance.

They are accompanied by sizable intakes. The brand's philosophy of "form follows performance" depends on these air curtains. The EB 110 Super Sport is reminiscent of the vents above the front fenders, but these vents also release air from the pressure that builds up in the front wheel wells when combined with the outlets behind the front wheels.

According to Bugatti, this particular character becomes essential for maintaining a neutral equilibrium between downforce and lift at the front axle at speeds over 249 mph. It's hardly surprising that the wheels are enormous, measuring 20 inches up front and 21 inches behind, but it's important to note that these ultra-lightweight aluminum wheels were created specifically for this model.

Bugatti Chiron: Interior

The inside of the Super Sport is finely crafted and exudes specialness from the moment you step inside. Some of the materials used to surround the driver and passenger include plush leathers, metal controls, and carbon fiber. Instead of a central touchscreen, there are four switches stacked vertically in its place, which looks much more classy than a tablet attached to the dashboard.

Overall, the lack of switches and buttons gives the inside a clean appearance, and the large center speedometer will likely capture most of your attention anyhow. Considering the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport's price, there aren't many features, but you do get power-adjustable seats, climate control, and an instrument cluster with a digital display.

Bugatti Chiron: Performance

The Super Sport has 1,578 horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque, making it as speedy as any other Chiron. In 2.4, 5.8, and 12.1 seconds, it will achieve 62 mph (100 km/h), 124 mph (200 km/h), and 186 mph (300 km/h), respectively. In ideal circumstances, the 0-60 time is probably close to two seconds.

The Chiron Super Sport even has a stated time for going from 0 to 400 km/h, which is nearly unheard of in the world of automobiles. In terms of speed, that equates to 249 mph, which the Super Sport will attain in 28.6 seconds. The car's expertly tuned aerodynamics and slippery body then start to work. The astounding top speed of the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport is 273 mph. The ordinary Chiron can only go 261 mph, in contrast.

The all-wheel-drive Chiron Super Sport is extremely calm when driven at highway speeds. However, when you press your foot down, the surge quickly rises after a little pause. The car frequently feels like it is in a lower gear than the one you are in due to the tremendous midrange power.

It can accelerate from 60 to 100 km/h (37 to 62 mph) in under 5.7 seconds while in sixth. The Super Sport easily accelerates to above 200 mph on the Autobahn or any other smooth route without speed limits. At these speeds, Bugatti is in a class by itself among contemporary hypercars thanks to its easy power, stability, and luxury.

Bugatti Chiron: Engine And Transmission

The pinnacle of combustion power is represented by the 8.0-liter W16 quad-turbo engine. It produces 1,180 lb-ft of torque from 2,250 rpm to 7,000 rpm and 1,578 horsepower at 7,000 rpm. All four wheels receive power from the engine, however possibly six wheels would have been more appropriate given the outputs of the powerful W16. The base transmission is a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic with a longer seventh gear for a faster peak speed, and the clutch package has been tailored for this use.

While several automakers have developed strategies to reduce turbo lag, some of which involve electricity, the Chiron doesn't. But in a way, the brief lull before chaos breaks out heightens the tension of operating the Super Sport.

The same is true while shifting through the gears; there is only a brief gap before the turbos engage once more. The automobile is astonishingly civilized while having the capacity to briefly spin all four tires. Bugatti has managed to contain the car's enormous power without endangering the chassis in some way. Driving the Chiron Super Sport is a thrill to relish, as long as you can handle a gasoline gauge that changes pace almost as quickly as the speedometer.

Bugatti Chiron: Handling

Purchase the more agile Pur Sport if you want the Chiron to handle the best. SuperSport emphasizes high-speed comfort, and it successfully carries out that mandate. As already stated, the automobile is remarkably simple to operate at reasonable speeds. Although the automobile appears to be substantial, the handling is actually light and precise.

It handles bumps and surface changes with typical grand tourer poise, albeit it isn't quite as supple as a Bentley. The amazingly rock-solid steadiness is impressive at greater speeds. Additionally, the Super Sport seems buttoned-down and confident in the corners, despite not being as chuckable as a Ferrari. It truly combines the best features of the Pur Sport and regular Chiron into a single unit.

Strong brakes are essential when you're traveling at 200 mph on the Autobahn and a little Renault periodically blocks your path. The Chiron Super Sport has them, which is a blessing. The strong and fade-resistant carbon-ceramic brakes provide the driver the assurance he or she needs to increase speed. A rear wing that functions as an air brake is also present.

Bugatti Chiron: Features

Bugatti doesn't hide the fact that the Chiron's engine and capacity to reach outrageously high speeds account for the majority of the cost of the vehicle. For something so pricey, it is just modestly furnished in that regard.

Although it boasts a push-button start, selectable driving modes, automatic climate control, and power-adjustable seats, it lacks the sophisticated driver assistance features found in a base Honda Civic. Nevertheless, there are parking sensors and a rearview camera.

Bugatti Chiron: Infotainment And Connectivity

The Chiron Super Sport does not have a touchscreen; instead, digital displays in the instrument cluster show information about speed, media, and other things.

Although Bugatti hasn't revealed any information regarding the Chiron Super Sport's audio system, we can anticipate it to be similar to the Chiron's regular unit, which is supplied by Accuton and features diamond membranes in the tweeters.

Bugatti Chiron: Pricing

The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport is out of the price range of the typical enthusiast at $3,825,000. However, it's simple to add more than enough alternatives to raise that figure above $4,200,000. For instance, it is feasible to spend almost $220,000 on specialty paint, and an exhaust deflector with a particular coating costs $15,000.

7 views0 comments


Rated 0 out of 5 stars.
No ratings yet

Add a rating
bottom of page