The Grammy-winning rapper went on the Hot Ones web series and talked about how annoying supercar ownership can be.
The catch is that it's a three-quarter-scale replica of a Type 35 race car, and it only does 43 mph.
It only does 43 miles per hour.
Technology, engineering and other changes squeeze more performance and create a different beast than the regular Chiron.
Every Divo buyer already owns a Chiron, so it's not like many of us even had a chance.
Sometimes, we forget to think about the most obvious solutions to a problem.
The Pur Sport is 110 pounds lighter than the standard Chiron and has been engineered to be fun around corners.
The latest Chiron variant is limited to only 60 units at $3.3 million a pop.
Two new versions of this machine are being offered and both are blacker than the bottom of the Mariana Trench at midnight.
You had questions about the Bugatti Chiron and we answered them.
Today on AutoComplete Bugatti sends its 300+ mph Chiron to production, Nissan's CEO resigns and Audi releases a concept with drones for headlights.
The Bugatti Chiron has just become the first production car in the world to break the 300 mph barrier, but it's not done yet. The company's CEO says more performance is on the way.