Bugatti has unveiled two special editions of its Chiron hypercar, the Chiron Noire Sportive and the Chiron Noire Élégance, both created as a tribute to the original La Voiture Noire, a rare Bugatti built in the 1930s. In fact, that the French hypercar maker decided to make 20 “budget” versions of it and sell them for $3.3 million each.
The entire body of the Élégance in carbon fiber is completely exposed. The newly designed grille is shaped like a horseshoe with a Bugatti badge made of solid silver and black enamel. There are new alloys and black calipers, the rear view mirror and engine cover are finished in black carbonfibre and polished aluminium. Noire badges in front of the rear wheel while. For the Chiron Noire Sportive, it also uses carbonfibre with matte black.
Interior coverings are black just like the outside. In the Sportive, the entirety of the interior is black including all the buttons and switches. However, in the Élégance models, the inner signature line is the only thing not black. In the Sportive, the entirety of the interior is black including all the buttons and switches. A carbon badge in the center armrest represents exclusivity for the model. Noire script is also flashed on the doorsills, center console, and it’s stitched onto the headrests.
Both use the same mechanical set-up as the standard Chiron, including its 8.0-litre 16-cylinder engine. Only 20 cars were produced. The Noire starts at around $3.3 million, and deliveries are expected to begin in mid-2020.