An exceptionally rare 2020 Bugatti Chiron Sport Edition Noire Sportive is currently up for sale from Hollman International in Germany.
The French automaker only announced the limited-run Sport Edition Noire Élégance and Noire Sportive models in December last year and will build just 20 units of the duo in total. In February, the first example was showcased by Bugatti as the 250th example of the Chiron built to date.
While it remains unclear if the car currently for sale is that very same Chiron, all Sport Edition Noire Sportive models bound for production will look the same. Most notably, the limited-run model features an exterior bathed in matte carbon fiber that appears absolutely phenomenal.
For those parts that aren’t finished in carbon fiber, such as the wheels, brake calipers, and C-shaped signature line, they are painted black to add to the stealthy exterior finish of the French hypercar. Also present is a unique mesh design in the front horseshoe grille as well as a Noire inscription ghosted into the side skirts.
The Bugatti Chiron Sport Edition Noire Élégance is differentiated with gloss-finished carbon fiber as well as wheels and wing mirrors finished in matte polished aluminum.
It’s claimed that the example up for sale has just 31 miles (50 km) on the clock with an asking price €4,022,200 ($4,370,643). That is roughly €1 million more than the limited-run hypercar’s starting price of €3 million ($3.25 million). Given that limited-run Bugatti Chiron models haven’t exactly lit the used car market on fire, we wouldn’t call this is a ‘good deal’, to put it lightly.