New Bugatti's Les Légendes du Ciel.
Who do you think wins, a French Navy Dassault Rafale Marine fighter jet or the new Bugatti? Let's be honest, on the dope launch video of Les Légendes du Ciel, they tied, but we chose our winner for reasons other than speed.
The legend of the sky, from the French translation, is a tribute to the relationship between Bugatti’s founder and French legendary pilots and race car drivers Louis Blériot, Roland Garros, Robert Benoist, Bartolomeo Costantini, and Albert Divo.
“Both aviation and racing were heavily pushed forward in France at the outset of last century. Both stood for courage, speed, and extraordinary technology.” Says the presentation text of the brand.
Only 20 copies of this new edition of the Chiron Sport model were produced, all in Gris Serpent, a matte gray, to remember the metallic exterior of the early 20th century planes. The contrast appears in the white gloss center stripe spans over the car's complete body from the back to the front.
The inside makes this Bugatti an undefeated winner, with entirely brown Gaucho leather, details using the logo, and lettering on the seats' headrests. Everything to reach 420 km/h comfortably and vibrantly, for a whopping US$3.41 million.
A legendary wheels sesh here.