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Jet Grey Wonder: Bugatti Unveils Custom Chiron Super Sport 7 with Exclusive ‘Lightning Blue’ Accents

In a striking delivery of automotive excellence, the latest Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 7 has been handed over to its enigmatic new owner, rumored to be none other than football legend Cristiano Ronaldo. Known for his collection of Bugattis and his affinity for the number 7, this custom-tailored masterpiece resonates with his signature style.

Cloaked in an imposing ‘Jet Grey’, the car boasts a unique aesthetic with ‘Grey Carbon’ features and electrifying ‘Lightning Blue’ highlights, including an eye-catching touch on the engine cover, wheel caps, and brake calipers. Adding a personal twist, the ‘7’ emblazoned in the iconic horseshoe grille underscores the connection to its speculated illustrious owner.

The interior is a symphony of ‘Grigio’ carbon and leather, with striking ‘Lightning Blue’ accents on the dashboard and stitching that pulsate with the car’s high-performance spirit. Elegance is further amplified by Rembrandt Bugatti’s dancing elephant emblem adorning the headrests and the hand-woven leather on the door panels. ‘Gris Rafale’ seatbelts provide a contrasting flourish to the cabin’s unique refinement.

Introduced on 8 June 2021 as the standard iteration of the record-breaking 300+ model, the Chiron Super Sport diverges with its more lavish leather interior and distinctive wheels, opting for a painted finish over the 300+’s bare carbon fiber. While sharing the same impressive 1578 horsepower output from its 7,993 cc Bugatti W16 engine, this model is electronically limited to 440 km/h. It sprints from 0–200 km/h in a mere 5.8 seconds and 0–300 km/h in 12.1 seconds. The limiter, unlike in the 300+, remains unalterable for safety reasons.

With a staggering net price tag of €3.2 million (INR 26.68 crore), the first of these automotive marvels was delivered in April 2022, and only 70-80 units are slated for production. The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 7 is not just a car; it’s a statement of unrivaled luxury and power, much like its rumored new owner, Cristiano Ronaldo.

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