It’s The Last Bugatti’s Final 1,500-HP Chiron: This Time They Mean It!

Future Plans for Chiron: More Variants to Come

After a successful run of eight years since its debut in 2016, Bugatti has officially announced the end of production for the Chiron. The final Chiron to leave the Bugatti factory in Molsheim is the special edition 1500 PS trim, which has been meticulously customized by their in-house Sur Measure service. However, it is important to note that this is not the ultimate conclusion for the Chiron as a whole, nor does it mark the highly anticipated retirement of the W16 engine.

This particular model, painted in Bugatti’s Nocturne and Copper colors, was personally received by Bilal Hydrie, an oil and gas industry leader from Canada who also refers to himself as an “entrepreneur and risk-taker.” As seen on his Instagram account, Hydrie placed his order for the final version of the Chiron in November of 2021. Although he attempted to conceal the pricing details in his post, he unintentionally revealed that his Chiron was priced at over $3 million. Not a bad price for an entry-level car.

Hydrie’s newest addition to their lineup, the “final” Chiron, has made its debut following the delivery of the last Chiron Super Sport 300+. This comes after the final Chiron Profilèe was sold for a staggering $10.8 million at an auction last year. However, this title of being the ultimate Chiron will not be held for long as customers who desire more than just the standard trims will soon receive their own final cars. There are still a few remaining Chiron Pur Sport models available, along with the powerful W16-engine Mistral and Bolide.

According to Bugatti, the delivery dates for their upcoming vehicles are currently uncertain. The company has only stated that the final vehicle, a Chiron model, will be available in “a few months.” This highly anticipated release will mark the end of the W16-powered cars, as the successor to the Chiron will feature a hybrid V8 engine instead. Fans can anticipate the official unveiling of this new car sometime this year, with production slated to begin in 2026.

As we wait in anticipation, we can place wagers on the number of additional “final” vehicles that will be produced in Molsheim before the highly anticipated successor to the Chiron is unveiled.

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