There are many enthusiasts in the motoring community who are interested in Bugatti’s “La Voiture Noire”, which is labelled as arguably the most valuable and expensive car in the world. To pay tribute to this masterpiece, the Bugatti “Chiron Noire” has been introduced and it comes in two different stylings for those with deep pockets.
If you prefer something sporty, Bugatti has the “Chiron Noire Sportive” while those who want something elegant may opt for the “Chiron Noire Élégance”. Both are powered by the same iconic 8.0-litre 16-cylinder engine that produces a staggering 1,500hp and 1,600Nm of maximum torque.
For the “Chiron Noire Sportive” version, customers will be getting a whole lot exposed carbon fibre finished in matt black. We’re talking almost all of the exterior trim elements, including titanium exhaust tailpipes and engine cover. Step inside the cabin and more sporty matt blackness awaits, even more so than the Élégance version.
As for the “Chiron Noire Élégance”, the main theme revolves around the classic exposed carbon fibre with a host silver exterior trims and finishes in matt polished aluminium. These exterior parts are the radiator, emblem, C-shaped Bugatti signature line, and more trims in the interior, except the interior is more silk-matt finish.
There will only be 20 limited editions for the “Noire” version, and each bad boy is priced at three million Euros (around RM13.8 million) and this is just for the basic version, folks. The “Chiron Noire” is also available for the Chiron Sport at an extra charge of €100,000 (around RM462,615).