The audience will see the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix made of sheet metal. The new hypercar will be presented at the Top Marques Monaco exhibition.
The event is held under the patronage of Prince Albert II of Monaco and is considered the most exclusive car show in the world.
The name of the car was inspired by Louis Chiron, one of the most successful racers of the early 20th century, Chiron Pure Sport Grand Prix was created in memory of the sports exploits of the racer.
The paint scheme and details of this special edition were inspired by the Bugatti Type 51 Width, in which he won the Monaco Grand Prix in 1931.
The details of the Chiron are hand-painted, such as the number 32, also present on Louis’ car when he won the 1931 French Grand Prix. The EB pattern on the wings and the silver inscription inside the car are also hand-painted as a part of the Bugatti Sur Mesure program, offering buyers the opportunity to customize their cars.
Along with the Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix Bugatti Monaco will also present a unique version of the Chiron Sport 110 Ans BUGATTI and Veyron Grand Sport 2010, made in Italian red-black color Pur Sang with a carmine-red interior.
Hypercars will be on display throughout the Top Marques Monaco show, which will be held from June 9 to 12.