Featured in The Crew 2
ManufacturerBugatti.png Chiron
Bugatti Chiron
TS >248 mph
>400 kmh
Power 1,500 bhp
Rating 290 / 320

The 2016 Bugatti Chiron is a French hypercar manufactured by Bugatti based on the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept car and acts as the successor to Bugatti’s previous flagship model, the Veyron. The Chiron was unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Auto Show in Switzerland and is named after Louis Chiron, a monégasque racecar driver (1899-1979).

Under the hood, the Bugatti Chiron comes equipped with an 8.0L quad-turbocharged W16 engine capable of developing 1,500 horsepower at 6,700 revolutions per minute. Overall, the Bugatti Chiron is one of the fastest cars in the world capable of reaching speeds up to 420 km/h (261 mph).

The Crew 2[]

The Bugatti Chiron made its first appearance in The Crew 2 where it is listed as a TC2LogoHC.png hypercar and is only available as such. The vehicle wasn't available on launch but was added later into the game with the King of Mayhem update.

Players can purchase the regular Chiron with either Cash 2,485,000 or with Credits 355,000. Before the release of the Bugatti Divo, the Chiron was the most expensive vehicle to purchase in-game, a title that was previously held by the Koenigsegg Regera.

A one-off model of the Chiron, the Bugatti La Voiture Noire, is also present in-game.

Carbon edition[]


A special hypercar Carbon edition of the vehicle is available for players who have reached Icon level 1000. It is not purchasable with either in-game bucks or crew credits. The Chiron Carbon Edition was added into the game at the same time as with the regular Chiron.

Vault Interceptor Unit edition[]

The Vault Inteception Unit edition of the Bugatti Chiron was added to the game on November 25, 2020 as part of the The Chase update and is an exclusive vehicle to S1/E1 of the MotorPass. It is obtainable by reaching the 49th tier of the MotorPass.

Vehicles by Bugatti (7)
Centodieci  Chiron  Divo  EB110 Super Sport  La Voiture Noire  Type 57 SC Atlantic  Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse (2016)