Now accepting deposits.
Set to make its debut this coming March at Geneva, the Bugatti Chiron has some very big shoes to fill if it hopes to become an icon likes its predecessor, the Veyron. According to a report coming from the UK's Car, not only have loyal Bugatti customers already been invited to see the Chiron in-person at the company's HQ in Molsheim, France, but we now have a very good idea as to how much it'll cost: $2.5 million, and that's for the base model.
As was the case with the Veyron, the Chiron will spawn a roadster and plenty of special edition variants as well. All of which will carry a premium price tag over the "base" coupe. Bugatti has reportedly already taken 10 deposits from anxious buyers. All told, the Chiron is expected to produce around 1,480 hp and 1,106 lb-ft of torque. 0-60 mph will likely happen in 2.3 seconds and top speed is rumored to be 288 mph.