The Bugatti Chiron is one of the fastest cars known to man and at approximately RM 11 million before taxes, it is arguably one of the most expensive too – especially if you live in Malaysia.
That said, it seems like even the 418 km/h hypercar is not immune from recalls but as it is a Bugatti, certain levels of service is expected and obviously delivered.
Bugatti recently announced that it will be recalling some of its Chirons due to faulty welds in the front seat recliner brackets. Not only will Bugatti personally phone the owners, they will also send their concierge technicians to retrieve the affected Chirons!
They will be then transported in an enclosed truck to the closest Bugatti dealership. Bugatti will be replacing the entire seating assembly should improper welding be found.
In total, 47 units are affected globally, 12 of which are in North America. In recent news, aside from its appalling 21.4L/100km fuel consumption, one lucky owner in the UK made a cool 1 million pound (RM 5.6 million) profit for reselling his 1,000 mile (1,609 km) Bugatti Chiron – supposedly the first used Bugatti Chiron in the market.