Bugatti is apparently going to reveal a one-off hypercar at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show in March – which will be built for Dr Ferdinand Piech (who was formerly chairman of the Volkswagen Group, Bugatti’s parent company). The supercar manufacturer is also celebrating its 110th anniversary this year. To mark this occasion, they unveiled the Chiron Sport “110 ans Bugatti”, which will be limited to just 20 units produced – pictures of which are below:
In addition to the limited edition Chiron – Bugatti will reportedly showcase this one-off hypercar at Geneva. Design details are scarce at this time, but many within the automotive world, including TheSupercarBlog.com, are speculating that the hypercar might be a modified version of the Chiro (similar to the Bugatti Dino that was unveiled last year). Also, the hypercar will more than likely be powered by the same 8.0 litre, W16 engine that the Chiron has – with maybe a slight difference in power output. Sources close to Bugatti believe that the hypercar (if sent into production) will cost around $18 million each.
Get your chequebooks out, or alternatively rob a union depository… maybe don’t do the latter.