It was first showcased as a concept at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, and here it’s in its final production form. All set to be handed over to the lucky owner, the La Voiture Noire was conceived as a tribute to the long-lost Type 57SC Atlantic owned by the company’s founder Jean Bugatti. It’s the ultimate coach-built Bugatti. With an astronomical price tag of $18.9 million, the production version stays true to the concept. It has a distinct front end with a large horseshoe grille and a specific headlamp graphic. The rear features an unbroken strip of LEDs with the Bugatti lettering in the console.
At the heart of the La Voiture Noire is the same 16-cylinder engine that powers the Chiron. The 8.0-liter W16 develops 1,500 hp and 1180 lb-ft of torque. It is highly unlikely that the owner will ever use all 1,500 of them.
Very unique piece don’t you think?
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