The French marque has just unveiled its latest few-off model, the Chiron L’Ébé. Named after Ettore and Barbara Bugatti’s daughter and eldest child, L’Ébé Bugatti. The lineup consists of one Chiron and two Chiron Sports, which will be the final versions of these models delivered in Europe.
All three Bugatti Chiron L’Ébé hand-crafted hyper sports cars are bearing unique details in the Art Deco style. They feature a blue-tinted carbon fiber body, which contrasts with shimmering gold accents on the grille and wheels. The famous lines of Bugatti Type 57 G Tank are accented in gold, shimmering against the exposed blue-tinted carbon body. Gold highlights also garnish the “EB” badging, the horseshoe grille and parts of the 8.0-liter W16 engine cover. The wheels come with an understated gold tint.
Inside, the interior is covered in dark blue and cream leather. The door panel on the driver’s side is finished in “Silk” leather with “Lake Blue” highlights. Each door panel features a motif of the evolution of Bugatti’s most iconic cars, from early Grand Prix racers through to EB110, Veyron and Chiron. L’Ébé’s signature is also stitched into the headrests and in gold on the treadplates.
The limited-edition hypercar is also powered by a quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine that generates a whopping 1,500hp and 1,180ft-lbs of torque.
The three exclusive Bugatti Chiron L’Ébé mark the end of Chiron and Chiron Sport in Europe. All of which is spoken for, with the first two already having been delivered and the third and final L’Ébé-spec Chiron slated to be delivered by the end of the month. Discover Opulent Club on Apple news.