Tough choice for one-percenters? We don’t think so.
Supercars are extremely expensive. We’re talking six figures of hard-earned money if we’re talking about base pricing. The Huracan Evo RWD coupe, for example, is the most cheap Lamborghini, starting at roughly $208,000 – much more if you want to add options.
The Bugatti Chiron, on the other hand, is more expensive. The starting price is millions of dollars, if you’re one of the few people who are genuinely qualified for a constructed slot. (Viagra) However, if you want a Chiron in Blue Royal Carbon livery, you’ll have to pay an additional $222,500.
According to GTBoard, which shared a list of Bugatti Chiron possibilities on its Facebook page. The list of choices is for the $3,825,000 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport, which is limited to only nine places and has a top speed of 273 mph (all sold, sorry).
According to the list, the special blue paint is the most expensive option, but the other improvements to the W16 supercar aren’t cheap either. The Sky View package, which adds a glass roof to the Chiron, costs $62,000, which is more than a whole new Volkswagen Golf R from 2022.
This essentially demonstrates the conundrum that these one-percenters are confronted with. They can either get a new Huracan Evo for the spouse and a Golf R for the favourite child by purchasing a Chiron Super Sport in Blue Royal Carbon livery with Sky View, or they can settle for a non-paid colour option and a regular roof and get a new Huracan Evo for the spouse and a Golf R for the favourite child. It’s a difficult decision.
But let’s give credit where credit is due to these one-percenters. We don’t believe the costs of these extras are a deterrent to consumers of these exorbitant automobiles. At this point, it’s just fascinating to know.