Bugatti has unveiled two highly-limited editions of its Chiron hypercar, the Noire Sportive and Noire Élégance. The new offerings are limited to just 20 units each, with both clad in carbon fiber and drawing influence from the marque’s one-off La Voiture Noire.
The Chiron Noire Élégance sports gloss carbon fiber bodywork alongside matte polished aluminum wing mirrors and C-shaped body panels that are synonymous with the hypercar. Furthermore, Bugatti switches up its iconic horseshoe grille with a new cubic mesh design that houses a solid silver and black enamel Macaron emblem. New wheels and brake calipers, as well as “Noire” inscription on the side panels, round off the exterior of this one-of-20 edition.
Inside the Noire Élégance, lucky buyers will find a fitting black finish with aluminum and silk-matte detailing, as well as an additional carbon badge inlaid in the center armrest. The Chiron Noire Sportive elevates the dark theme with exposed carbon fiber sporting a matte black finish alongside the C-shaped signature line, the wheels, front spoiler and radiator grille all finished in matte black.
The price of each limited-edition Chiron starts at $3.3 million USD. Those who have a standard 1,500 BHP Bugatti Chiron Sport on order can upgrade to the Noire packages for an additional $110,000 USD. Deliveries will begin in Q2 2020 and those interested can find out more online.
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