Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix on display at Top Marques Monaco

Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix on display at Top Marques Monaco

The viewing public finally gets to see the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix in the sheet metal. That said, not many people will get the chance as it will be showcased at Top Marques Monaco.

Organized under the patronage of Prince Albert II of Monaco, the event is considered by many to be the most exclusive car show in the world. It is fitting that Bugatti is a core presenter at the event.

Other than coming up with royalties, the show is actually a pretty good setting for the car’s public debut. Besides giving the newly opened Bugatti Monaco dealership a way to make a splash, it’s also relevant to the man who inspired the car.

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Not only was the name of the car inspired by Louis Chiron, one of the most successful drivers of the early 20th century, the Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix was specifically inspired by the driver’s exploits.

The livery and details of this special edition are inspired by Chiron’s Bugatti Type 51, which won the Monaco Grand Prix in 1931, making him the only Monegasque driver to ever win the legendary race, although that may not be the case if the Ferrari F1 team actually employed a strategy department at this year’s event…

The Chiron has hand-painted details such as the number 32, which was also present on Louis’s car when he won the 1931 French Grand Prix. The EB pattern on the fenders and a silver inscription throughout the vehicle are also hand-painted as part of the Bugatti Sur Mesure program, which offers buyers the opportunity to extensively customize their vehicles.

In addition to the Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix, Bugatti Monaco will also present a unique Chiron Sport ‘110 Ans BUGATTI” edition and a 2010 Veyron Grand Sport finished in Italian red and black Pur Sang with a crimson interior.

The hypercars will be on display at the Top Marques Monaco show, which will run from June 9 to June 12.

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