Back in March, Bugatti built an one-off Bugatti La Voiture Noire (which means “the black car” in French, by the way) as a tribute to the all-black Type 57 SC from the 1930s. While that one-of-one specimen was sold for 11 million Euros, the demand was so great that Bugatti has brought the design over to the Chiron as a limited edition, with only 20 ever to be made.
Two versions of the Chiron Noire will be available – Elegance and Sportive. The Chiron Noire Elegance features an exposed carbon fibre bodywork, while the C-shaped Bugatti signature line, which is milled from solid metal, gets a matte polished aluminium finish. The Bugatti emblem is finished in black enamel, and the radiator grille gets a new mesh design.
The black theme continues inside the cabin, with only the “Inner Signature Line”, finished in silk-matte aluminium, interrupting the darkness within. Customary Noire badging is found throughout the interior, while a carbon fibre “Noire” badge is inlaid in the centre armrest.
If you think that’s still not sinister enough, the Sportive takes the term all-black to a whole other level. The carbon fibre bodywork is now covered in a matte-black finish, as well as all exterior trim items such as the signature line, wheels, as well as the titanium quad-tailpipes.
The inside of the Chiron Noire Sportive feels almost as if Bugatti had a paint job accident, as even the rotary switches, push buttons, steering wheel, and door handles are all dipped in matte black paint.
The Chiron Noire still retains its 8.0-litre 16-cylinder engine, pushing out a mind-boggling 1,500 hp and 1,600 Nm of torque. Zero to 100 km/h takes just under 2.5 seconds, and it’ll happily accelerate to over 400 km/h.
If you fancy one of these all-black machines, the Bugatti Chiron Noire special editions will set you back three million Euros (RM13.9 million), with deliveries starting from the second quarter of 2020. The Noire treatment can also be had on the Chiron Sport, as a 100,000 Euros option.