The design focus of the Pur Sport is to build on the Chiron’s elegance with an additional dose of confidence. Wide air inlets and an enlarged horseshoe panel serve perfectly as radiator air outlets. An optional split paintwork features exposed carbon fibre on the entire bottom third of the vehicle to create the appearance of a lowered profile.
At the rear, the Pur Sport carries a 1.9 metre rear spoiler to generate downforce for sure-footed cornering and stability at high speeds. Cutting-edge new additions, including extremely lightweight, highly temperature resistant exhaust tailpipes made of 3D-printed titanium, help to cut weight and improve performance. New magnesium wheels further reduce weight by 16kg, featuring optional aero blades for wheel ventilation whilst boosting aerodynamics. Bugatti worked closely with Michelin to develop exclusive tyres for the Chiron Pur Sport that offer more grip compared with the standard Chiron tyre and boosts lateral acceleration by 10 percent.
Inside, the interior is deliberately focused and raw; extravagances are reduced to the bare minimum. Many surfaces normally clothed in leather are upholstered in Alcantara and dynamic patterns have been lasered onto the door panels with contrasting fabric highlights with a metal look.