If you missed picking up a Bugatti Chiron after its unveiling at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show, here’s a chance to get ahold of an even better version. The Chiron Sport takes an already beastly car and ups the ferocity. The W16 cylinder, quad-turbocharged 7,993 cc engine is the same, still cranking out 1,500 horsepower, and generating 1,180 foot pounds of torque.
The difference is in the details. Cutting weight on the wheels, adding carbon fiber windshield wipers and using a lighter rear window glass and lighter exhaust deflector, the Chiron Sport manages to drop nearly 40 pounds off its predecessor.
Handling got some tweaks too. A stiffer reaction from the shock absorbers and an improved rear axle differential setting lets the Chiron Sport gobble turns faster, making it take a lap on the Nardò handling circuit five seconds faster. Now aren’t you glad you waited to get your Chiron? – $3,260,000