The life-sized Chiron is a little beyond the budgets of most enthusiasts, but Lego also makes a miniature replica of the vehicle that you can build at home.
You Can Drive This Life-Size LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron
As if unveiling its new special-edition Divo hypercar wasn't enough Bugatti fun for one week, now the French carmaker has announced an even more impressive project: a driveable full-sized Chiron envisioned by Danish toymaker Lego.
The other figures for the Lego Chiron are similarly impressive.
The interior has been precisely recreated in Lego Technic elements - from the seats to the dashboard, the working speedometer (all in Lego!) the detachable steering wheel and the brake pedal.
Lego also published a longer video detailing the build process, and the testing that's definitely worth your eight minutes. Not only does it look like the real thing, you can actually drive it.
The engine utilizes LEGOs Power Functions motors, as does the retractable rear spoiler.
Just that theoretically, it tops out at around 19 miles per hour.
LEGO made several firsts for this build.
As icing on the cake, Lego got former Le Mans victor and test driver of the real Bugatti Chiron, Andy Wallace, to drive its Chiron replica. From about 20 meters away, he added, it's not obvious that you're looking at a Lego vehicle.