Bugatti brings eight vehicles from its recent past to the annual hill climb event, a total of 9,404 horsepower onto the lawn at Goodwood House in West Sussex, England.
The cars include six Veyron 16.4, one of which is a pre-series car from 2005, a Veyron 16.4 Pur Sang from 2007 (both 1001 hp), a 1,200 hp Super Sport from the World Record Edition (2010) and the 1,200 hp Grand Sport Vitesse, which took the world speed record for production roadsters in 2013.
However, the highlight of the presentation is the 1,500 hp Chiron. Two examples of one of the world’s most powerful production super sports cars are on the show at Goodwood. The first customer vehicle for the United Kingdom, and a Chiron which has travelled directly to Goodwood all the way from Bugatti’s headquarters in Molsheim to thrill visitors on the legendary hill climb, piloted by British racing driver and Le Mans winner Andy Wallace.