Having delivered the greatest number of Bugatti automobiles in a 12-month period, 2022 has been a record-breaking year for the French luxury marque. No fewer than 80 new Bugatti hyper sports cars found homes around the world, to customers both new and existing. The Molsheim Atelier underscored its capabilities in consistently building and delivering hyper sports cars that sit at the very pinnacle of performance, engineering, and design.
Among the 80 automobiles hand-built at Bugatti last year was the 400th Chiron model – with only 100 examples left to complete the full Chiron production run; the final nine Chiron Super Sport 300+; all ten Centodieci; and the last Chiron and Chiron Sports for Europe, which has been crafted with a unique configuration honoring Ettore Bugatti’s eldest daughter, L’Ébé. As a result, more Bugatti hyper sports cars and more variants have been assembled in the Atelier at Molsheim than in any of the 17 years since it was first established.
Looking ahead into 2023, the recently unveiled Bugatt Chiron Profilée, a one-of-a-kind member of the Chiron line-up, will be auctioned in Paris, France, on 1 February. Heralded as an automotive solitaire, the Profilée is unique in character, in design and in its details. Production and delivery will continue on the Chiron models, and configuration of the W16 Mistral and Bolide will shortly commence. Bugatti will also honor its rich motorsport heritage and its connection with the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which celebrates its centenary year.
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