In order to end up with a 1500 horsepower road car that can do at least 262 mph day after day (though it won't), Bugatti put 310,000 test miles on its prototypes to make sure the final product is worthy of the badge. And now that the Chiron entered production, a select team of around 20 work day after day to reach the production goal of up to 70 cars at the Molsheim factory before the end of this year.
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Next week at the Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti will present an additional customer Chiron on its stage, but before we all head to Switzerland, they are also happy to reveal the first trio completed using their six month building process.
As you can tell, blue turned out to be the dominant color so far, with a two-tone silver car being an exciting alternative.
The first three Chirons are now on their way to owners in Europe and the Middle East, after being sent off by the 50 or so production, quality assurance and logistics team members at Bugatti's frozen wonderland in France.