On top that, the quality of the streets of New York are somewhere between post-apocalyptic Detroit, and London during the industrial revolution. Driving a Chiron on such streets has to be about as enjoyable as spending a day driving a Daihatsu Charade around the Nurburgring.
I have to admit that I wasn’t much of a fan of the Veyron, impressive as it was, it never struck me as a pretty car. The Chiron on the other hand is striking from every angle, and has many design traits that link it to works of art like the Type 57sc Atlantic.
The futuristic spin on the art deco styling of vintage Bugattis is what will make the Chiron a timeless hypercar, while entires from the competition are just a flash in the pan.