In the category of Super Cars, even the Lamborghini Aventador is a mere 500K. The Rolls Royce Phantom/Drop Head Coupe runs about $440K, The McLaren 720s is hardly $300K and the lowly Porsche 911 GT3 can be had for $146K…Hopefully that gives you an idea about the Chiron and why there will be only 12 being sold this year.
What makes the Chiron so special? The answer is “Everything”. Here are a few stats for you to ponder:
- Top speed 261 mpg
- 1500 BHP
- 1180 foot pounds of torque
- Speed dual clutch automatic transmission
- 2 hopefully very comfortable seats
Buying a ‘bug’ is not for everyone, even if the price tag doesn’t make you flinch. You can’t really drive it on the streets and you might not want to because should you blow a tire that will cost you “5 figures” to replace. And, by the way, every third time you change the tires you must also change the wheels…forget what they will cost you.