Another day, another limited edition Bugatti Chiron.
Now, the Bugatti Chiron L’Ébé is the latest addition to the lineup.
Just three will be made – one based on the regular Chiron, and two based on the Chiron Sport.
The name pays homage to company founder Ettore Bugatti’s eldest daughter.
Born in 1903, her name was chosen to include his same ‘EB’ initials that appear on every Bugatti model.
This ensured she’d retain a connection to the Bugatti name even after marrying.
The Chiron L’Ébé draws upon her noted love of Art Deco styling, using gold lines to highlight the lines on the body which draw inspiration from the 1937 Le Mans-winning Type 57 G.
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There are plenty of other gold highlights inside and out, including the badging, grille surround, and engine cover.
L’Ébé’s signature also features on the underside of the rear spoiler, and throughout the cabin.
Blue-tinted exposed carbon fiber is used for the entire body of the car.
The interior center console uses the same, while a unique asymmetrical blue and white color scheme also features inside.
Imagery of the company’s most iconic models also feature throughout the interior, including on the doors and center console.
While there have been a slew of limited-run Chiron models recently, the L’Ébé is the final we’ll ever see.
First introduced in 2016, this marks the end of the Bugatti Chiron in Europe, with the final car set to be delivered by the end of this month.
Only 500 examples of the Chiron were ever made over its eight-year lifespan.