Bugatti reveals a one-off to celebrate the outgoing Chiron

The one-off Profilèe is a fitting tribute to the outgoing Bugatti Chiron.

by | Published on 21st Dec 2022

This is the Bugatti Chiron Profilée, a one-off iteration of the Chiron designed to celebrate the car’s six-year run.

Now that all Bugatti Chiron models have been allocated, buyers will be given the chance the get the Profilée at auction in Paris on February 1, 2023.

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Powered by iconic W16 engine, the Profilée delivers 1,500 hp.

It does 0-60 in 2.3 seconds, 0-124 in 5.5 seconds and it has a top speed of 380 km/h (237 mph).


Even though it looks like a Chiron, the Bugatti Profilée was actually redesigned from scratch.

There’s a new, bespoke tail designed to ensure stability and control when you reach 380 km/h.

And of course it helps with downforce.

Everything about this car is unique, including the colorway.

The Profilée comes in with a unique shade of silver grey called Argent Atlantique.

It’s a type of paint that Bugatti has never used before.

They mixed it with various shades of carbon, including naked carbon for the front and rear bumper, and ‘Le Patron’ carbon for the wheels.

The interior follows the same pattern and it is equally unique.

The seats are upholstered in a combination of Gris Rafale (white-silver) and Deep Blue leather.

And don’t worry, the inevitable exposed carbon fiber accents are present and accounted for.

Bugatti has planned 500 units in total for the Chiron, 400 of which have already been built and delivered to their owners.

The remaining 100 units will be delivered between now and February 2023.

The Chiron has also spawned a variety of limited-edition iterations including the record-breaking Super Sport 300+ and the 110 Ans, dedicated to the 110-year anniversary of Bugatti.

And, of course, the one-off La Voiture Noire.



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