It was the year 1909, the year that Ettore founded his, now famous, automobile company. To celebrate Bugatti's birthday the French company is bringing us the Bugatti Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti".The special edition bears one of the most famous symbols of a proud nation. The French tricolor “Le Bleu-Blanc-Rouge”, with its colors of blue, white and red, decorates the body and interiors at several points and harmonizes perfectly with the extraordinary Chiron Sport.
The body and the front end are made from carbon fibre and the Bugatti line and the typical Bugatti radiator from aluminum. The matte Steel Blue paintwork at the rear of the car, produced in a complex process, has a sheen like hot-rolled steel. The typical Bugatti line, the dominant “C” surrounding the passenger compartment, is also painted Steel Blue. The front end consists of exposed carbon fibre in Steel Blue Carbon, once again a matte color suggestive of steel. The two-tone color scheme is reminiscent of historic models: in the 1920s, this type of paintwork was a sign of luxury and exclusiveness, while it now signals a sporting character and high technological competence. In the case of the Chiron “110 ans Bugatti”, the colou scheme divides the bodywork into the monocoque and engine compartment.
Behind the alloy wheels painted in “Nocturne” matte black, the bright blue (French Racing Blue) brake calipers are visible. To obtain an immaculate finish, the aluminum filler cap is sandblasted and hand-polished. The “110 ans Bugatti” emblem, with the French flag running vertically through the logo, features at the centre of the cap.
The rear end is dominated by the diffuser and bumper in glossy Steel Blue Carbon with the contrasting matte black exhaust system. The underside of the rear spoiler boasts the French flag over its entire width. The rear spoiler mechanism is anodized in matte black to harmonize with the matte black Ettore Bugatti logo on the centre of the rear, the matte black wheels and the matching sports exhaust system. The Sky View roof consisting of two fixed glass panels above the driver’s and passenger’s seats, available as an option on the Chiron, is a standard feature of the special edition. These panels have a newly developed laminated structure with thin glass and four intermediate layers.