Bugatti has revealed yet another limited edition deviation of its Veyron super-hyper-ultracar. CarAdvice saw this model being prepared during our “Full Throttle in Europe” tour in February, but were bound to secrecy. During our visit, the car was labeled something else and Bugatti have obviously decided not to go with the original name.
Dubbed the Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir – meaning Black Blood – it pays homage to the original Bugatti Atlantique 57S of the 1930s.
Exterior styling blends an all-black colour palette with raw carbon-fibre panels and blacked-out headlamps whilst aluminium highlights are added to the grille surround and side mirrors.
The Sang Noir also features a new wheel design, partially powder-coated in a black finish with the interior boasting a custom tan (more orange in the flesh) colored leather and Alcantara finish.
This is so far the third limited edition model introduced into the Veyron’s exclusive stable, complimenting the Veyron Pur Sang and Veyron Fbg par Hermès – the first glimpse of which was brought to you exclusively by CarAdvice.
Price and volume for the Veyron Sang Noir are yet to be announced, however it is certainly not the last of the exclusive Veyron’s with a Targa model currently in development.