Bugatti has just unveiled two limited-run versions of its Chiron hypercar dubbed the Noire Sportive and Noire Élégance.
The two models take inspiration from the Bugatti La Voiture Noire introduced earlier this year as a one-off, which, in turn, payed a tribute to the classic Type 57 SC Atlantic.
Adorning the exterior of the Bugatti Chiron Noire Élégance is gloss carbon fiber bodywork as well as a tweaked front horseshoe grille with a different mesh design that incorporates a Bugatti emblem made from solid silver. Elsewhere, there are a set of new wheels and black brake calipers, while the hypercar’s C-shaped signature line and wing mirrors are finished in matte polished aluminum.
Inside, the Chiron Noire Élégance is dominated by black leather and sports a ‘Noire’ inscription on the door sills, center console, and headrests.
The Chiron Noire Sportive, on the other hand, has a matte carbon fiber exterior as well as other exterior trim, including the C-shaped signature line, wheels, radiator grille, and front splitter all finished in matte black. The cabin is dominated by even more black parts than the Élégance, including a host of switches, knobs, and dials finished in matte black.
Both versions feature the same four tailpipe design as the Chiron Sport.
In total, Bugatti will build just 20 examples of the Chiron Noire Sportive and Chiron Noire Élégance, with a starting price of 3 million euros ($3.3 million). Deliveries will start in the second quarter of 2020, and customers who have a Chiron Sport on order can upgrade to the ‘Noire’ exterior and interior finishes for an extra 100,000 euros ($110,158).