Bugatti has unveiled the second of just three special Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix models crafted through the automaker’s Sur Mesure customization program.

The first of these special Chiron Pur Sport models was unveiled back in December 2021 and combined elements of baby blue with red and gloss black. This car was configured by a client through Bugatti Singapore and is predominantly painted in ‘Blanc’ white and then uses Grand Prix Red accents.

These red elements are most apparent across the front fenders of the French hypercar with racing stripes made up of dozens of little Bugatti logos. Red is also found on the hand-painted ‘32’ lettering on the doors which pays tribute to the Bugatti Type 51 that claimed victory at the 1931 French Grand Prix while driven by Louis Chiron and Achille Varzi. The rear wing of the car also has red Bugatti lettering.

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Making the exterior of the car all the more special are the plethora of exposed carbon fiber elements. These include the red carbon fiber engine covers and the rear wing.

Curiously, the car manufacturer hasn’t published any photos of the car’s interior but we can see that like the first Chiron Pur Sport Grand Prix from 2021, there is a combination of black leather, black Alcantara, and various red elements, including the seat belts.

No mechanical alterations distinguish the Grand Prix edition from the ‘regular’ Chiron Pur Sport. As such, it continues to use Bugatti’s 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 that pumps out 1,479 hp and 1,180 lb-ft (1,599 Nm) of torque. The firm’s engineers have saved 50 kg (110 lbs) with some changes, however, and they have also equipped the Chiron Pur Sport with stiffer suspension. Perhaps of more importance are the unique gear ratios that make it accelerate even more rapidly.