Right, so let’s get started. The Chiron Pur Sport requires a fluid change every 14 months or 10,000 miles, at a cost of $24,952. This service includes an oil filter, coolant, oil, and cleaning and clearing of 16 drain plug points. Also required in the same period is a change of wheels for optimal high-speed safety, which cost $49,904 without tires. Various rubber options are available, starting with the Pirelli Winter Sottozero 3, the all-season Michelin Pilot Sport PAX, and the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 XL, each of which is made exclusively for the Chiron and each of which cost $7,984 per set. You can’t neglect this area as these tires also have a half-life. Fortunately, it’s a little longer at 16-18 months, but we haven’t even told you about the Chiron’s most expensive tire option yet. Owners that want the best acceleration possible will need to fit Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2R TR tires, which ring in at $41,919 a set.