Bugatti has created a one-of-a-kind Chiron Super Sport supercar for a very important customer from Connecticut. Finished in a dual-tone paint, the one-off creation captures the rich heritage of Bugatti through a series of hand-drawn sketches on the bodywork.”

Bugatti has revealed its latest Chiron-based one-off commissions and it has been created by the French automaker’s bespoke division, Sur Mesure. Called the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport Golden Era, this bespoke creation required two years of “innovative and bespoke craftsmanship, featuring entirely new techniques that elevate it from the world of automotive and into pure artistry.” The pièce de résistance of this one-off Chiron is its dual-tone paint job that features a series of 45 hand-drawn sketches that celebrate Bugatti’s legacy as an automaker. According to the Molsheim brand, the Golden Era was commissioned by a “very important customer” who contacted them through a dealership in Greenwich, Connecticut. The mystery client’s vision was to create a bespoke Chiron that pays tribute to the brand’s past as well as its present.

The one-off Chiron is finished in a beautiful dual-tone paint that combines a bespoke gold shade called Doré with a metallic variant of the Nocturne Black. Bugatti says the design team proposed the concept of hand-drawn sketches on the bodywork, which was instantly approved by the customer who “fell in love” with the idea. The driver’s side features 19 sketches from the automaker’s recent history including the likes of the EB110, Veyron, Chiron, Divo, Centodieci, and La Voiture Noire.

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Additionally, there’s also a representation of the 3,712 individual components of the W16 engine. The passenger side gets 26 sketches with iconic Bugatti models from the past, including the Type 41 Royale and the Type 57 SC Atlantic. Bugatti claims it took 400 hours to complete the hand-drawn sketches.

On the inside, the cabin mirrors the exterior’s color combination and the overall theme. The black and tan upholstery beautifully compliments the carbon fiber inserts, while the seats get “Golden Era” stitching. Furthermore, the door cards also feature sketches of Bugatti models, and “one-of-one” lettering can be found on the center console. Bugatti has not revealed the identity of the buyer, nor has it disclosed the price of this bespoke creation.

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However, we expect it to be significantly more than the standard model’s $3.5 million base price. The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport Golden Era will be handed over to its owner at the upcoming Monterey Car Week, where the one-off will make its public debut.

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