Bugatti debuted the Chiron hypercar, the successor to its Veyron, at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Four years later, Bugatti has produced its 250th Chiron – halfway through the car’s entire production run – and it’ll be on display at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show. This signals the second half of Chiron Production. The 250th Chiron is a Chiron Sport Edition Noire Sportive, which Bugatti introduced late last year. The Edition Noire Sportive adds a ton of black enhancements to the Chiron. A matte black finish covers the exposed carbon fiber. Matte black also covers the front spoiler, radiator grille, wheels, and Bugatti’s signature C-shaped design line. Even the four tailpipes of the car’s titanium exhaust feature a black finish along with parts of the engine cover. Inside, it’s equally dark with black and matte black aluminum trim interior parts, black seats, switchgear, and more.
Michael Jordan's heartfelt comments about his largely unpublicized friendship with Kobe Bryant were among the most poignant moments of the public memorial service in Los Angeles honoring Bryant and the other eight victims of last month's helicopter crash
The BMW Group will unveil its first pure-electric Gran Coupe on 3 March 2020 at the Geneva Motor Show. The BMW Concept i4 heralds a new era in Sheer Driving Pleasure; it provides a whole new take on the dynamic excellence for which BMW is renowned and blends a modern, elegantly sporty design with the spaciousness and practicality of a four-door Gran Coupe – all while generating zero local emissions. “The BMW Concept i4 brings electrification to the core of the BMW brand,” says Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design. “The design is dynamic, clean and elegant. In short: a perfect BMW that happens to be zero emission.”
Deontay Wilder says an elaborate outfit he wore on his ring walk wore him down so much that he didn't have the legs to withstand Tyson Fury in their heavyweight title fight