Bugatti has unveiled the new Bugatti Chiron Sport at the Geneva Motor Show. Apart from a liberal use of carbon fiber, the supercar has also received a handling package. The package includes a stiffer suspension and modified steering, accessed by turning on the car’s “Handling Mode”. There is however, no change in output over the standard model (if any model of the Chiron may be considered ‘standard’). The 8.0-liter W-16 still pumps out the same massive 1,479 hp and 1,180 lb-ft of torque.
Other changes in the Chiron Sport include retuned the rear differential, and a new Dynamic Torque Vectoring. The carbon fiber use on the car has resulted in it losing 40 pounds compared to the standard model, thanks to lighter wheels, lighter glass for the rear windshield, and a lighter exhaust deflector.
Bugatti Chiron Sport will reach customers at the end of this year, and is priced at approximately $3.7 million.