Any Bugatti, present or past, is an exciting proposition for a driver. Each new model is a singular work of performance engineering, incorporating lessons learned from previous models, and ideas developed in between.
Sadly, most folks won’t ever have the chance to get behind the wheel of a Bugatti. These days, driving enthusiasts are particularly enamored of the Chiron Pur Sport, which makes the sense of deprivation all the more acute.
If you’ve got a Pur Sport on order though—which would make you one of sixty people in the world—Bugatti can get you a sneak preview of how your weekend driving habits will change (or your daily commute, if you live life to the fullest). You’ll presumably have to travel to Germany to do it, though, as the appetizer will only be served at the Bilster Berg track.
The Chiron Pur Sport uses Bugatti’s W16 engine, but improvements over the Chiron run right down to the custom-designed Michelin tires. The model is intended to be an ideal performance experience, with dexterity and response taking top billing over raw speed; it’ll still hit 218 MPH if you really want to go there.