Only 20 are being built.
Before the track-focused Chiron Pur Sport was unveiled last month, Bugatti presented the new limited-edition Chiron Noire last November. Limited to just 20 examples, the Bugatti Chiron Noire is essentially a stealthy appearance package inspired by the one-off $18-million Bugatti La Voiture Noire unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
The limited-edition Chiron Noire costs $110,000 more than the regular Chiron's $2,998,000 base price, but Hollman International in Germany is listing an example for a lot more than that. The seller is charging a staggering 4,022,200 euro (around $4.4 million) to become the owner of this ultra-rare Chiron.
Each Bugatti Chiron Noire features exposed carbon fiber, a unique grille, and black-painted brake calipers. Two variants are available: a "Sportive" version and an "Élégance" edition. Specifically, the example listed for sale is a Bugatti Chiron Noire Sportive with a matte-black finish applied to the carbon fiber body that looks very striking. The previous owner clearly didn't experience the pleasure of driving it for very long, because it only has 31 miles on the clock.
Since the Chiron Noire is essentially an appearance package, there haven't been any tweaks under the hood. That means power is provided by an 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 gasoline engine producing 1,500 horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to all four wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
One of the 20 Chiron Noires also happened to be the 250th Chiron to roll off the production line, which was going to be displayed at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show before the event was canceled due to the coronavirus. 500 Chirons are being built in total, and 150 have already been bought so there are now less than 100 examples looking for future owners.
Chances are that the other 19 examples have already been allocated, so this could be your last chance to own the limited-edition Bugatti Chiron Noire for a very long time.