Many car enthusiasts prefer the lack of license plates on their supercars, because they think it ruins the look a little. Especially with a car like the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+.
Pay more than €100 fine
The English owner would undoubtedly agree to this, thus driving his beautiful car Bugatti Across London, without a front number plate. Unfortunately, this is not allowed and so the car was steered to the side by the observing officers and then a receipt was issued.
These types of cars are often stopped due to the great temptation to press the gas pedal with the same force. This was not the case this time. The fine wasn’t that bad, especially if you can afford an expensive car of around €4m, a £100 fine is just a change.
Supercars also aren’t made for a license plate on the front. Manufacturers of major players in the automotive scene such as Lamborghini, Ferrari and McLaren can have a say in this matter. These high-performance cars have powerful aerodynamic elements in the front, such as the air vents. If you put a large license plate on this, the ventilation effectiveness is lower and the chance of overheating is greater.
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ is a very exclusive car
According to a YouTube video, the Bugatti was recently delivered to the UK. The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ is a limited production version of the standard Chiron, built specifically to celebrate the French manufacturer’s record speed. At the end of September 2021, the first batch of 1,577 horsepower (thanks to the famous 8.0-liter W16 engine) the powerful car was on its way to the first owners.
“It is the fastest super sports car Bugatti has ever built and is a true testament to the engineering passion, engineering expertise and tireless pursuit of performance that our brand is synonymous with,” said Christophe Buchon, Managing Director of Production and Logistics at Bugatti, at Time.
Bugatti claims it’s the same Chiron that became the world’s first production car to exceed a top speed of 480 km/h. Only 30 Super Sport 300+ were produced, making it one of the rarest cars in the world.
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