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Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Hill Climb


Bugatti is excited to be back at the globally renowned Goodwood Festival of Speed. Taking place on the resplendent grounds of Goodwood House near Chichester (West Sussex), the Chiron Pur Sport1 will be driven up the illustrious hill climb, with the all-new Chiron Super Sport2 on static display at the event, as one of its first public appearances. The Bugatti Baby II will also be making a static appearance at the Festival of Speed.

Added on the 09/03/2023 05:39:34 - Copyright : Auto Moto EN

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