About the car
This car was built by French high performance vehicle manufacturer Bugatti Automobiles as part of the original Chiron design. It was first produced in at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, where Bugatti unveiled the track focused version, the Chiron Sport. Mechanically, the sport model is identical to the regular version, however, is 18kg lighter in weight due to its large use of carbon fibre and has a more rigid suspension to improve the cars cornering ability.
It has an impressive engine size with an 8.0 litre quad turbocharged 16-cylinder engine with a horsepower of 1,479. This engine has the most powerful variant of its predecessor and shows this through its top speed of 261mph. It has a 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.
The body style is a 2-door coupé sports car, part of the S-segment class for Sport coupés with a mid-engine, all-wheel-drive layout.
About the Brand
Bugatti is a French high-performance, luxury car manufacturer, mainly recognised for its manufacturing in hyper sports cars. It was founded in 1902 by Ettore Bugatti. Their most recent successor is Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. which was formed when Volkswagen Group acquired the brand in 1998. Famous Bugatti’s include the Type 35 Grand Prix’s cars, the Type 41 Royale and of course the more recent Chiron and Veyron.
About the Manufacturer
Kyosho is a Japanese based model car manufacturer founded by Hisashi Suzuki in 1963. Their products include radio-controlled (rc) cars, planes, helicopters, and boats as well as highly detailed and high-quality die-cast models renowned for their durability. The company’s main headquarters are in Chiyoda, Tokyo.