The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport “Grand Prix” is shown for the first time at the Top Marques show in Monaco

The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport “Grand Prix” is shown for the first time at the Top Marques show in Monaco


A specially designed sports car, the design of which was inspired by the famous motor racing driver Louis Chiron, is unveiled to the public in Monaco during a unique exhibition involving luxury cars.

Louis Chiron thus solidified his reputation as a major champion in the early days of motor racing under the eyes of Jean Bugatti, the son of the founding brand, Ettore Bugatti. His victory is so impressive that modern-day Bugatti hyper sports cars still give him respect more than 90 years later.

Such as the Chiron Pur Sport1 “Grand Prix”, which was created for the collector as part of Bugatti’s “Sur Mesure” privatization program and which will be presented to the public for the first time at the Top Marques exhibition in Monaco.

From June 9 to 12, the 17th edition of Top Marques will take place in the luxurious city of Monaco under the superlative care of the noble Serene, Prince Albert II. Some of the world’s most fascinating cars, old and modern, will be brought together on the Grimaldi Platform, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The event, of which Bugatti is one of the main exhibitors, is considered to be the most unique car show in the world, mainly because of its Monegasque customers.

Bugatti Monaco, one of the latest dealers to join the brand’s international network of partners, will represent the French manufacturer and three hypersport vehicles. In addition to the Chiron Pur Sport “Grand Prix”, the unique version of the Chiron Sport2 “110 Years BUGATTI” with fine matt blue carbon and the 2010 Veyron Grand Sport in red and completely black, with a red interior carmine.

The Bugatti ‘Bespoke’ program is based on the palace’s many years of expertise in body painting, painting, handicrafts and embroidery; brings together the skills of designers and engineers to meet the growing customer needs of specific designs, materials and fines.