Bugatti came up with a few very special details that would only be seen on the Chiron Profilée, like the shade on the body, called Argent Atlantique, uniquely developed just for the Chiron Profilée, the lower section of the car are adorned in bleu-tinted clear carbon fiber, and even the wheels are bespoke to this model only, as is the ‘ducktail’ rear wing integrated into the rear section of this 1,500 PS strong W16 masterpiece.
Beyond its external aesthetics, the Chiron Profilée also boasts enhancements in steering and suspension settings, providing a more responsive handling experience. The transmission saw revisions, with the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox receiving shorter ratios. The W-16 engine’s rev limit was raised by 200 rpm to a 6,900 rpm redline, contributing to an electronically limited top speed of 380 km/h. This special edition stands as the fastest accelerating among all Chiron models—capable of reaching 100 km/h in 2.3 seconds, 200 km/h in 5.5 seconds, and 300 km/h in an astonishing 12.4 seconds.
Continuing its uniqueness in the interior, the Chiron Profilée features an intricate woven upholstery crafted from no less than 2.5 km of leather strips. Sections in white leather and blue smooth leather contribute to a beautiful, classic-looking interior, accentuated with visible carbon fiber wherever possible. This marks a fitting conclusion to the Bugatti W16 era, presenting a car unlike any seen before and unlikely to be witnessed again—a perfect swansong to an exceptional production run of the Bugatti Chiron.