Bugatti just pulled the covers off yet another bespoke, limited-edition Chiron. And, no, we’re not tired of them, either. Called the Chiron Pur Sport, Bugatti plans to build 60 of them starting in the second half of 2020. Price of entry is 3,000,000 euros before VAT (value added tax) or about $3,350,000 at today’s conversion rates. What you get for your money is a Chiron carrying 110 fewer pounds thanks to several different lightweighting techniques, including 3D-printed, thin-walled titanium exhaust pipes, newly designed magnesium wheels and titanium brake pad bases. That’s in addition to a more minimalist interior and a fixed, not hydraulic operating, rear wing. In addition to the diet, engineers stiffened the chassis considerably, using 65% stiffer front springs and 35% stiffer rear springs, to start. They also changed the camber of the suspension alignment, subtracting 2.5 degrees from the standard Chiron setup for improved agility. Additionally, engineers added front and rear carbon-fiber stability bars. But perhaps the single most notable improvement in lateral grip will come from a newly developed tire from Michelin. Called the Bugatti Cup 2 R tire, the front axles will s...