It is built for sports and performance.
The luxury inside is not at the same level at its siblings, but the new Chiron Pur Sport has more things in common with a race car than the other Chiron versions.
The biggest visual difference is the huge 1.9 m (6.2 ft) wing in the back. It is fixed and will stay there even if the car will go 400 kph (248 mph). Another interesting feature is the exhaust, which is 3D printed out of titanium. This production method gives the components very thin walls.
Inside the hypercar there is a combination of Alcantara and carbon fiber. The trims have been reduced to a minimum. Dynamic patterns have been engraved with laser into the door trims to contrast fabric highlights with a metal look. The steering wheel is covered in Alcantara for maximum grip, and at 12 o’clock there is a mark.
The 8.0-liter W16 engine has 1500 hp and 1600 Nm (1180lb-ft) of torque. Even though the Chiron coupe has the same output data, the Pur Sport’s engine is slightly different. It has an increase in the maximum rpm limit by 200 rpm, up to 6900. To get even better performance, the gearbox received different gear ratios, with shorter gaps between the seven speeds available. One of the results is that the 60 -120 kph (37-74 mph) acceleration is two seconds faster than Chiron Coupe. The price for the 40 units is three million euros, plus tax.