The Fullerton Building (now known as The Fullerton Hotel) in Singapore is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year and to celebrate the occasion, the first-ever Fullerton Concours d’Elegance is being held there from June 29 to July 1. The event features over 90 vintage, classic and exotic cars from all over the world, with one of them being this, the new Bugatti Chiron Sport – thanks to Theophilus Chin for the photos.

First unveiled globally in March, the Chiron Sport is a more track-focused version of the standard car that comes with 10% stiffer suspension, an optimised rear-axle differential and a new Dynamic Torque Vectoring function that distributes torque individually to the wheels on each side.

The latest Bugatti also uses a lot more carbon-fibre too, making it 18 kg lighter than a normal Chiron. Among the items made of the lightweight material are the stabiliser, intercooler cover and even the windscreen wipers.

In other areas, the car uses lighter glass in the rear window and a new, lighter exhaust deflector. Visual differences include four cylindrical exhaust exits instead of the angular two-pipe setup, along with a new design for the lightweight wheels.

Unchanged here is the 8.0 litre quad-turbo W16 engine, which continues to serve 1,479 hp (1,500 PS) and 1,600 Nm of torque. Therefore, the car will still max out at 420 km/h (limited) and complete the 0-100 km/h run in about 2.4 seconds.

If a modern Bugatti isn’t your cup of tea, Channel NewsAsia reports that cars from The Fullerton Hotel’s own restored Rolls-Royce fleet, the collection of the Sultan of Johor (12 cars) and many others are present at the event as well.

Among the cars on display include a Rolls-Royce Phantom II, Ferrari Daytona (aka 365 GTB/4), Lamborghini Miura, Mercedes 300 SL Roadster, Porsche 356, Austin Seven Ulster Special and the only Lagonda Lightweight LG6 in the world owned by Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar.

GALLERY: 2018 Fullerton Concours d’Elegance exhibits