The Chiron was already breathtakingly powerful and fast. So the Bugatti Chiron Sport doesn't make any changes to its 1,500 hp W16 engine. Instead, it's focused on handling, with a stiffer suspension and a new Dynamic Torque Vectoring system that sends torque individually to the wheels on either side to improve steering. It's also 18 kilos lighter, with carbon fiber being used for components as mundane as the intercooler cover and windshield wipers, new wheels, and a new, lighter round four-port exhaust deflector. All this leads to a five-second faster lap around Nardo's test circuit and more exhilarating cornering on everyday roads.