Bugatti Chiron: New Sky View sunroof option improves headroom

The Bugatti Chiron is now available with a new Sky View sunroof option, which actually improves headroom, but doesn’t retract.


The Sky View sunroof for the Chiron consists of two glass panels in the roof, one above each of the driver and passenger.

Each glass panel measures 65cm (25.6″) long, and 44cm (17.3″) wide, and is laminated and tinted to remove infrared and UVB radiation. The glass panels actually improve the stiffness of the roof, and provide an extra 2.7cm (1.1″) of headroom.

The Sky View option is available now, and will make its public debut at the Monterey Car Week in California, which takes place at the end of August 2018.



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Bugatti Chiron: New Sky View sunroof option improves headroom