It's no secret that each masterpiece Bugatti puts together is produced with the utmost precision, but astonishingly, it takes 600-700 hours to create and apply each vehicle's paint. This process, which consists of eight layers of material, is just one of the many reasons the brand's hypercars command such a high price.
Take the lowly Chiron, for example. It takes nine months from configuration to delivery, with over 1,800 parts surgically assembled by 20 expert craftspeople. This means over a month is spent strictly on painting the car. That's the same time it takes for lesser luxury carmakers to produce 4 or 5 vehicles from start to finish.

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Bugatti Spends More Time Detailing Paint Than The Rest Of The Industry Does In Building The Car

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