The manufacturer assembled six Chiron variants at the Château St. Jean in Molsheim, France and some simple maths brings the total (estimated) value of the cars to just under $44 million.
Billed as an “unparalleled” grand touring coupe, the La Voiture Noire is a one-off model that draws inspiration from the Type 57 SC Atlantic. It packs a quad-turbo 8-litre W16 engine that produces 1,479 hp (1,103 kW) and 1,600 Nm of torque. It reportedly sold for $18.7 million dollars to Ferdinand Piech*, former chairman of the Volkswagen Group.
The Centodieci comes in at a cool $9 million and is limited to just 10 units. With 1,578 hp (1,176 kW) from the same quad-turbo engine, it can sprint to 100 km/h in just 2.4 seconds and go to an electronically-limited top speed of 380 km/h.
The Divo packs a $5.8 million price tag and is limited to 40 units each packing the same output as the La Voiture Noire.
The Super Sport 300+ is the special machine that broke through the 300 mph barrier last year and packs the same menacing output as the Centodieci. Pricing for this car is said to be $3.9 million and will be limited to 30 units.
The Chiron Pur Sport is the latest offering from Bugatti and is their most track-focused offering yet. Bugatti plans to build just 16 examples each with a price tag of around $3.4 million.
The ‘regular’ Chiron Sport will cost just less than the Pur Sport at about $3.2 million but still packs the menacing 1,103 kW and 1,600 Nm of torque.
*Piece passed away in 2019 so the car could still remain in the family or someone else may have decided to purchase it.