The car in question costs €2.85 million (approx. RM 13 million) where it will now be delivered to an Arab owner – possibly on the back of priceless camels, draped in diamond-encrusted Egytian cotton.
With each costing a minimum of 2.5 million pounds (approx. RM 13 million), that’s more than RM 1 billion worth of Chirons sold. With the Chiron introduced just two years ago, its resale value has soared too; with one owner in the UK walking away with a million pound profit after just four months of ownership.
Let that sink into you, while you ponder why 100 million children in developing countries are still hungry everyday according to the Food Aid Foundation.
The shell of the immensely thirsty 1,500 hp Chiron consists entirely of dark blue carbon, with a matte finish, contrasted by a predominantly red full-leather interior.
Bugatti have had their hands tied recently; while having to deal with overwhelming orders, they’ve also had to recall 47 Chirons globally, which were affected with faulty welds in the front seat recliner brackets. Only 500 Chirons in total will ever be produced.