Bugatti has introduced a new driver version of the Chiron hypercar - Pur Sport, TopGear reported

Just 60 cars will be built, with each one costing €3m.

“There’s an additional drive mode (Sport+) which delays the deployment of traction control on a dry track, so get as lairy as you like. Indeed, the 1,479bhp is unchanged from a ‘regular’ Chiron (which nobody says), but that W16 quad-turbo unit redlines 200rpm higher (at 6,900), and is attached to a revised seven-speed gearbox with closer ratios,” the source noted.

The exhaust has been 3D printed from titanium.