Wait until you find out what it's called.
Real-estate investor and Instagram influencer Manny Khoshbin recently showed off his one-off Bugatti Chiron Hermes Edition. Finished in all-white with no visible carbon and featuring a unique grille designed by Hermes, it's arguably one of the best-looking Chirons yet. And now another one-off Bugatti Chiron has been discovered based on the new Sport model.
A video posted by The Supercar Squad on Instagram shows the one-off Bugatti Chiron Sport undergoing some final testing outside the automaker's factory in France before being sent out for delivery, which explains why the car still has some protective wrapping.
What makes this Chiron unique? Just look at the striking two-tone exterior finished in blue with black stripes. According to The Supercar Squad, the latest one-off Chiron is called, wait for it, the Zebra. Yes, really. A separate video posted by YouTube channel So Prod Vidéos de Rallyes gives us a closer look at the one-off Chiron Zebra slowly driving around the factory grounds. The interior trim also appears to be finished in a similar blue color.
The unique color combination looks like the Veyron Super Sport Saphir Bleu - which was inspired by the one-off Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport L'Or Blanc - but The Supercar Squad claims the Chiron Zebra was commissioned by a different owner. The identity of the Chiron Zebra's owner is unknown, the yellow reflectors and prominent rear bumper indicate it's being delivered in the US.
Under the hood, the Chiron Sport Zebra has most likely been left unchanged. That means it's powered by an 8.0-liter, 16-cylinder quad-turbo engine that sends 1,500 horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque to all four wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. With this setup, the Chiron only needs 2.5 seconds to hit 62 mph from a standout before reaching a limited top speed of 261 mph. The Chiron Sport has since been trumped by the more powerful Chiron Super Sport 300+, which has broken the 300 mph barrier.