The Bugatti brand in the past has released many special editions, limited editions or unique collections to pay tribute to and honor the founder or even people related to him. Recently, the French car company launched a car model called Chiron L’Ébé Edition to pay tribute to founder Ettore Bugatti’s daughter.

L’Ébé Bugatti is the daughter of famous automotive engineer Ettore Bugatti. The last three Chirons for the European market were special editions in her honor. These cars bear her own name and are decorated with an Art-Deco inspired style. The L’Ébé version is based on one Chiron and two Chiron Sport.

The exterior of these versions stands out with a blue-tinted carbon exterior with some yellow accents and trim. Yellow outlines appear on the horseshoe-shaped radiator grille, vertical accents running down the middle of the body, character lines on the fenders, edges of the rear diffuser, parts of the engine cover , “EB” logo details and wheels. L’Ébé’s signature with yellow motifs is decorated on the underside of the car’s rear spoiler.

Regarding the interior, the special edition Hypercar model from France is equipped with high-quality leather seats with Silk beige leather and Lake Blue. The headrests are signed L’Ébé and the door panels feature sketches of prominent models in Bugatti’s history including the Chiron, Veyron, EB110 and other models that have left many marks.

Bugatti Chiron is equipped with a “huge” W16 engine block, 8.0 liter capacity with four turbochargers, producing maximum capacity of up to 1,500 horsepower and maximum torque of 1,600 Nm. Chiron can accelerate to 100 km/h from the starting position in 2.5 seconds before reaching a maximum speed of 420 km/h. Bugatti also offers two keys with a “Top Speed” key to activate maximum speed like on the Veyron.

Bugatti Chiron Sport is equipped with a W16 engine, 8.0 liter capacity with four turbochargers. This engine block produces a maximum capacity of 1,500 horsepower and maximum torque of 1,600 Nm. Like other Chirons, the car only needs 2.4 seconds to accelerate from a stationary position to 100 km/h, 200 km/h in 6.5 seconds. At a speed of 400 km/h, this car only takes 9.4 seconds to come to a complete stop.

Bugatti is currently ending production of the Chiron and preparing for its next model. The final models produced included 10 Centodieci, each priced at 8 million Euros. The Chiron’s replacement will use a heavily electrified powertrain but still have an internal combustion engine.
​Currently, the configuration and design of the successor model have not been revealed by Bugatti, but the car may not have a mid-mounted engine like the Veyron and Chiron. It’s possible that Bugatti builds a coupe with a long roof. According to some information sources, Bugatti showed this design to a small group of its VIP customers. The brand is expected to launch the model to the public in 2024. Bugatti also intends to introduce a fully electric vehicle before the end of the decade.

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