This week at the Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti is also unveiling a special edition of the Chiron: the Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti".
This is a tribute to the attractive Type 57 SC Atlantic, which you might have seen at your local concours d'elegance.
"La Voiture Noire" is priced at 11 million euros ($12.5 million), which would buy about 300 Tesla Model 3s. Previous reports suggested the one-off Bugatti belongs to former Volkswagen Group Chairman, Dr. Ferdinand Piëch.
SuppliedYep that's six exhaust pipes across the back there
Gary Gastelu is FoxNews.com's Automotive Editor.
Bugatti revealed La Voiture Noire (which literally translates to the black car) on Tuesday, a one-of-one creation that is meant to incorporate the idea of grand touring into a auto with vast amounts of power and equal amounts of luxury. We can see the design cues in the fast, closed-off back and the grille - nearly the exact same shape as the Atlantic's.
"In the announcement, Bugatti President Stephan Winkelmann called it "[.] a tailor-made creation only comparable with the haute couture of exclusive Paris fashion designers". It is known for such ultra-luxurious, high-performance sports cars as the Chiron, which starts at just under $3 million, a USA -based Bugatti dealer said.
The luxury brand said the jet black sports auto comes with a 16-cylinder engine, 1,500 horsepower and six tailpipes. Design highlights include bumper integrated into the body, windscreen seamlessly flowing into windows, which is infact inspired by helmet visor. Only four of those cars were made and, today, they're among the most valuable cars in the world. It ends down near the tip of the boot where we see perhaps the sweetest rear-end of a Bugatti yet, with a wave-form design and thin LED taillights filling from side to side, and a glowing Bugatti font underneath.