Bugatti has yet another limited edition Chiron - the Noire Élégance
Quietly but surely, Bugatti managed to create an entire range comprising a few limited edition supercar and a one-off hypercar of which, for once, there's actually only one, the Voiture Noire.
The name La Voiture Noire, French for "the black car", actually refers to a limited edition version of the Type 57 SC Atlantic built in the 1930s. Only four were built but the original La Voiture Noire disappeared during the War.
Following the "when in doubt paint it black" pattern, they've created yet another limited edition of their most "common" hypercar, the Chiron, with black on black on black trim. It's called the Chiron Noire Élégance.
The body is now in Black exposed carbon with a new grille, also black, and the Bugatti emblem is finished in black enamel. Everything is painted black. The calipers are black, the wing mirrors and the wheels and the engine cover are black and there's also a “Noire” inscription on the side panels. The four tailpipes are made of titanium and painted black.
The interior is upholstered in, you've guessed it, black, with "Noire" inscriptions on both door sills and the centre console, and it is also sewn into the headrests.
The engine, the same as the "normal" Chiron, is an 8-litre 16-cylinder putting out 1,500 hp and 1,600 Nm of torque. This trim is available as an optional extra for existing Chiron Sport models for an additional €100,000, whereas the actual car, the limited to 20 units, starts at €3M.