“The Chiron Super Sport is incredibly fast, drives very precisely and easily at high speeds, and is at the same time very comfortable, even on longer tours,” said Andy Wallace, Bugatti’s Pilot Officiel.

It joins a proud lineage of Super Sport Bugattis that goes all the way back to the Type 55 Super Sport of the 1930s. This heritage includes the Veyron Super Sport which arrived in 2010 and could reach 268 mph. The new Chiron Super Sport now takes over as perhaps the epitome of comfort and extraordinary speed in the automotive world.

Pricing begins at 3.2 million euros (around $3.9 million) and deliveries will begin early next year.