All units of the Chiron have found buyers. Some customers have expressed their desire to see the birth of a vehicle that would incorporate some of the features of the Chiron Pur Sport while retaining the timeless elegance of models like the Chiron or the Chiron Sport. From this idea came the Bugatti Chiron Profilée. A remarkably rare specimen.

At an auction held in Paris, the Bugatti Chiron Profilée was sold for €9,792,500.

The design and development of the Bugatti Chiron Profilée began in the fall of 2020. It's a unique specimen in Bugatti's history, a true collector's item. Bugatti is offering this exceptional model for auction on February 1, 2023, at RM Sotheby’s, giving all Bugatti owners, and those aspiring to become one before the end of the W16 era, an equal chance to acquire it.

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The Profilée offers a bespoke design with its wide fixed rear wing, which serves two essential functions. Firstly, the wing ensures stability and control of the vehicle up to the top speed set at 380 km/h, and secondly, it utilizes negative pressure to draw hot air from the engine compartment via two internal ducts located in the high-temperature carbon wing. In terms of performance, the Profilée achieves 0 to 100 km/h in 2.3 seconds and 0 to 200 km/h in 5.5 seconds. It reaches a top speed of 380 km/h.

The Profilée displays a body in "Atlantic Silver," a color exclusively deployed for this car. The lower part of the car is clad in visible carbon fiber tinted in "Royal Blue Carbon." The wheels are specially designed, manufactured, and tested for the Profilée and finished in a color called "Le Patron." A color created to match the carbon adorning the lower half of the body. Polished aluminum elements accentuate the famous Bugatti horseshoe grille.


The interior of the Profilée, handcrafted in the Molsheim Atelier, builds upon the Chiron's interior design. The Bugatti Chiron Profilée becomes the first Chiron featuring woven leather finish on the dashboard, door panels, and center console. All in all, over 2,500 meters of leather strips were required to create this intricate finish. The Profilée Chiron is equipped with comfortable "Rafale Gray" and "Deep Blue" leather seats, featuring the quilted pattern named "Air Parade." An anodized black frame inset into the center console also bears the "Profilée" signature, the finishing touch to this absolutely unique creation.

The name "Profilée" is inspired by the Bugatti Type 46, among the early creations of Jean Bugatti, which also had an elegantly tapered stern.

A percentage of the auction proceeds will be donated to charitable causes.