The colors are shown as a mirror image on the right-hand side of the vehicle, matching French official vehicles.
The Bugatti Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti" has been unveiled with a subtle two-tone exterior paint job. Buyers have been limited to the virtually unchanged "42", which marked the car's record breaking performance, or the far more extreme Divo, which was an even greater departure from the standard auto than expected.
Other areas of the Chiron 110 Ans Bugatti are finished in exposed carbon fiber, finished in Steel Blue Carbon. Composite is used for manufacturing outer panels, front and aerodynamic elements. The rest is painted in matt "Steel Blue" said to be reminiscent of Bugatti's historic models, and paired with matt "Nocturne" black wheels and French Racing Blue brake calipers.
The rear of the vehicle is finished in matte Steel Blue paintwork (contrasting with the matte black exhaust system), with the "C" shaped element surrounding the passenger compartment painted in the same hue.
Based on the Chiron Sport, the limited-edition package features a "Le Bleu-Blanc-Rouge" theme to match France's tricolor flag.
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"With the limited Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti", we're ushering in the 110th anniversary of Bugatti's foundation".
Carbon fibre is also be found on the nacelle, steering wheel, steering column and seat trims. Inserts in doors and seats are made from Alcantara, and bluish skin tint which is called Bright French Racing Blue.
Inside, the auto features tricolour stripes down the headrests and backrests of the two-tone blue leather and Alcantara seats. As a finishing touch, there's a "specially crafted medallion" in the centre console storage bin, made from solid silver.
Instead of some clear nods to the old Type 10, Bugatti has turned the Chiron into a celebration of France, where Italian-born Ettore spent much of his life. It was "light, small and nimble with an adequate power output". The engine compartment cover of the "110 ans Bugatti" is resplendent in Steel Blue and Steel Blue Carbon. That's enough to get the machine from zero to 100 km/h in under 2.4 seconds; up to 200 km/h in 6.1 seconds; and 300 in 13.1 seconds. The famed Bugatti line, the brand's graphic DNA, also adorns this exclusive model.