More than one million bricks and 2,304 motors equals the wildest Lego project ever.
It's 40kph down on a Chiron, but 8.0secs quicker on track. Full details here.
Well, almost – it’s a Chiron for all, thanks to Lego Technic.
Except, Bugatti doesn’t call it a sunroof. Meet the Chiron ‘Sky View’, sunseekers.
It’s limited to just 40 cars worldwide and named after French racer Albert Divo.
Test driver Loris Bichocci recounts a terrifying moment at the Nardo high-speed bowl.
Lighter, pointier 1,479bhp hypercar is a circuit special. With carbon fibre wipers.
And there’s still time left to bag one of your own
The Chiron has been recalled. But don't worry, there's no unscheduled trips to the dealer.
Agera RS hits 458kph on a closed stretch of Nevada highway to show Bugatti and Hennessey who’s boss