To honor the popularity of the Bugatti La Voiture Noire, which we suspect is the most expensive new car ever sold, the automaker has announced a special edition of its main hypercar to be called the Bugatti Chiron Noire.
Priced from $3,250,000, the Bugatti Chiron Noire will be built in a run of 20 units and can be ordered two ways: Chiron Noire Sport with a sporty style or Chiron Noire Elegance with a focus on elegance.
Both versions will feature an exposed black carbon fiber body with a new interpretation of Bugatti’s famous radiator grille. The Bugatti “Macaron” emblem has been cast in solid silver, affixed to the center of the grille, and coated in black enamel. Other new exterior accents include the Chiron’s trademark “C-shaped” signature line in polished aluminum and the rearview mirrors and engine cover finished in black carbon and polished aluminum.
The interior, likewise, is all black in honor of the La Voiture Noire from which it draws inspiration. Meanwhile, the cabin’s “C-shaped” inner signature line is backlit and finished in silk-matte aluminum. A carbon fiber badge inlaid in the center armrest denotes the exclusivity of this rare edition of the Chiron.