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The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ might be a Chiron, but its outer shell has been seriously altered to serve a whole different purpose than what it was initially built for - that is, smashing the 300 mph (483 km/h) barrier. Now, from the off, there’s impossible not to spot the exposed, jet-black carbon fiber that runs throughout the car’s whole body. Bugatti says that’s exactly what the Super Sport’s customers will get, which is extremely cool. Moreover, the carmaker designed the Chiron Super Sport as a complementary piece next to your Veyron Super Sport, hence the decision to keep the exposed carbon fiber as well as the Jet Orange stripes. It’s certainly nice to be filthy rich and a gearhead, matching super-expensive cars like they’re pairs of socks, we’ll tell you that much.
Moreover, Bugatti manufactured the famous Macaron logo from what it calls “genuine silver” and black enamel. The wheels are made of magnesium and are finished in Bugatti’s Nocturne paint that matches every other trim part found on the outside of the Chiron Super Sport 300+. The finishing touch is added by the LED lighting that illuminates the “Super Sport 300+” lettering whenever the doors are open.
We mentioned earlier that the Bugatti Chiron Super Sports 300+ sports a very distinct shape when compared to the regular Chiron. That came out of necessity rather than vanity, as this is a car that had to cut the air like a hot knife through butter while also generating enough downforce to remain glued to the ground at extreme speeds. Now, about the longtail approach, Bugatti says it was concocted with laminar flow in mind. Laminar flow, unlike turbulent flow, sees a liquid or gas travel smoothly and in regular paths over a surface, without mixing and without showing irregular fluctuations. Here’s where the elongated rear end comes into play - such a structure allows the said laminar flow to spend more time on the car’s body, which in turn cuts down on aerodynamic stall (by more than 40 percent in the Bugatti Super Sport’s case).
Significant changes can be spotted when it comes to the final exhaust pipes and the menacing rear diffuser. Bugatti tells us that the amount of negative lift generated by that alien-looking part is enough to make the rear wing redundant, so it can stay retracted when the car is in Top Speed mode. All in all, the rear end is 10 inches longer (that’s around 25 centimeters) than on a regular Chiron, but it also serves another purpose: it shrinks the Chiron Super Sport’s rear end width and height - pretty much like a torpedo or a fish - to add even more aerodynamic prowess.
The car’s front corners are fitted with what Bugatti calls “Air Curtains.” Their purpose is to guide the excess pressure that would normally develop around the front air inlets towards the sides of the car. Subsequently, the air outlets you see on the wheel arch and behind the front wheels take extra air pressure from the wheel arches. This, in turn, creates negative lift in the front; not too much though, says Bugatti, but enough to reduce the drag and give the Chiron Super Sport the extra edge when battling it out with air at higher speeds.
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