Less than a month after the reveal of the limited edition Bugatti Veyron FBG par Hermes at the Geneva Motor Show comes another highly exclusive version of one of the fastest and most desirable supercars on the planet, the Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir. The new edition is dedicated to the original Bugatti Atlantique 57S of the 1930s and features a number of new styling elements, namely an all-black exterior with unpainted carbon-fiber panels.
Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir exterior, while completely black exterior may initially appear calm, after closer examination it becomes clear that a number of selected visual accents that make this special Veyron just as clearly colored counterparts brighter. Face the EB 16.4 Veyron Sang Noir is instantly recognizable as the iconic horseshoe grille, finished exclusively in chrome.
Even hand-stitched, leather interior all-EB 16.4 Veyron Sang Noir playing on the theme of extraordinary harmony. The Tangerine mild and self-confidence is offset by a piano black lacquer finish center console, both available exclusively for this edition. A dominant black-colored carbon fiber monocoque joins an elegant black body side, which in turn is equipped with polished details.
This harmony between the striking and unparalleled luxury and sporty alloys fitted with colored details in the form of Bugatti chrome grille and door mirrors, and polished surface of the wheels and roof rails. All-black front lights, air intake, filler caps and door handles naturally enhance the effect of stunning-blue racing brake calipers.
Other details include aluminum on the side-mirrors and grille surround, blacked out headlights, new alloy wheels with black powder-coated elements and a custom tan-colored leather and Alcantara interior. The Sang Noir, which translates to ‘Black Blood,’ is loosely based on the previous Pur Sang edition of which only five cars were built.
There were 15 Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir built and offered in Europe, the Middle East and the United States.