Bugatti has launched a new division that will offer “never-before-seen levels of personalisation”, starting with a special design for the Chiron Pur Sport.
The Bugatti Sur Mesure programme has been created because of increasing demand from customers for personalised vehicles, and Bugatti says it will give customers “the full Molsheim experience”.
The customised Chiron Pur Sport features a hand-painted number 32, bespoke decorative Bugatti logo decals above the headlights and two new exterior colours to hark back to Chrion’s French Grand Prix-winning Bugatti Type 51.
Inside, the model gains a new centre console inlay in black anodised aluminium with a silver, hand-painted inscription and a red Bugatti logo design on its door inserts.
“Our clients are often deeply intrigued by Bugatti’s motorsport lineage, and it’s fitting that the first Sur Mesure commission should pay homage to one of our great racing icons,” said Hendrik Malinowski, Bugatti’s director of sales and marketing.
"We’re so taken with this creation that we intend to make many of this customer’s ideas available to more of our clients with the Chiron Pur Sport.”
Bugatti has customised models in the past outside of its new division. In 2013, it produced the Les Légendes de Bugatti series for the Veyron in honour of the brand’s most significant figures.
And in 2019, Bugatti produced a Chiron to hark back to the Veyron Super Sport Saphir Bleu, with a hand-painted titanic-blue-and-gunpowder-grey color scheme. A customer also commissioned a one-off ‘ladybug’ specification for the Bugatti Divo earlier in 2021, which took 18 months to complete.