The pink Bugatti Chiron Sport that has been the talk of town ever since it first drove out of the Molsheim facility for a test run is now complete. We now know that it’s a Valentine’s gift from a husband to his wife. It even has a name – Alice.
The Chiron Sport Alice is possibly the first Chiron that has been painted pink right from the factory. The color is called Silk Rose in Bugatti’s paint catalogue. Also, we believe that unlike other supercars, this color actually suits the Chiron. The fact that the shade of pink isn’t too ostentatious helps. It isn’t like the bright pink that we see on most wraps. Instead, the owner has gone for a light shade with a metallic finish and white (Matt Blanc). Even the wheels and cam covers are painted to match the exterior. It’s different, yet classy.
Besides the unique paint job, the Chiron Sport Alice also gets a unique logo embroidered onto the headrests and special door sills. Speaking of the interior, the cabin is wrapped in white Alcantara with subtle hints of pink.
At its heart is an 8.0-liter, quad-turbocharged W16 engine that delivers 1479 hp and 1180 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission that catapults the Chiron from 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds.