National Geographic gives us in-depth look at the manufacturing process
Since it’s probably going to be the fastest and one of the most expensive cars ever, the Bugatti Chiron is treated to a special manufacturing and assembly job, one that warrants its own documentary.
The car was revealed at last year’s edition of the Geneva motor show and since then it’s been a hot conversation topic for anybody remotely interested in cars. Now you can see how it’s made, from the moulding of the chassis and tub right up to final assembly.
As a reminder, the Chiron is powered by a 1,500 hp, quad-turbocharged W16 engine and it has a speedometer that goes all the way up to 500 km/h – and the plan is that with future even more powerful versions to actually make good use of that available gauge space; they literally want to make it reach that speed, although not with this first, regular model.