Bugatti, one of the world’s most costly automobiles, is named after its creator, Ettore Bugatti. Automobile Ettore Bugatti was the company’s previous name. It was created 59 years ago in 1963 in Germany and France, producing high-performance automobiles.
Bugatti automobiles have been known for their gorgeous design, excellent engineering, and high performance for more than a century. Bugattis were coveted by gentleman racers, but they were also the favorite form of transportation for the world’s elite.
Here Are Top 10 Most Expensive Bugattis In The World 2023
1. Bugatti La Voiture Noire -$13.4 million
According to Bugatti, La Voiture Noire is the most costly new automobile ever sold, and only one was made. The “black vehicle” is a one-of-a-kind hypercar that combines speed, technology, luxury, and beauty into something so extraordinary that words cannot describe it. La Voiture Noire is considered haute couture for automobiles by vehicle aficionados. Handcrafted from carbon fiber, its sleek, timeless style distinguishes it from the competition.
La Voiture Noire pays homage to the art deco style of the Type 57SC Atlantic, one of the world’s best antique automobiles. It’s a spectacular vehicle with 1,500 horsepower that makes a statement about the aesthetics of the Bugatti brand.
2. Bugatti Centodieci -$8.9 million
Centodieci is a tribute to Bugatti’s first 110-year-old sports vehicle, the renowned EB110, as well as a celebration of the company’s 110th birthday. The Centodieci is based on the Chiron, but it’s lighter and has a redesigned body, making it one of Bugatti’s most expensive vehicles to date. Only ten cars were built entirely by hand at Bugatti’s Molsheim, Alsace, plant. There is a vacancy for one of the tens in Bons-en-Chablais, France.
3. Bugatti Chiron Sport -$6 million
Bugatti unveiled the Chiron Sports, a more sporty variation of the Chiron, in 2019. The powertrain of the Chiron Sport is almost identical to that of the conventional model, although being lighter, stiffer, and more aerodynamic.
This Chiron Sport is on exhibit in Dubai with a full set of equipment and less than 1,000 kilometers on the odometer (621 miles).
4. Bugatti Chiron Hermès Edition -$5.8 million
The Bugatti Chiron Hermès Edition is now available. Manny Khoshbin, a YouTube sensation and supercar collector, owns this one-of-a-kind Chiron, which boasts a $150,000 sky view glass roof.
Luxurious: Hermès paint, cashmere cloth, and one-of-a-kind symbols, as well as a “H” horseshoe grilled on the front of the automobile. This handcrafted supercar is believed to have taken four years to make, and the finished product is elegant, simple, and sumptuous.
5. Bugatti Divo -$5.4 million
The Bugatti Divo is one of those vehicles that warrants its high price tag. It’s a work of beauty on the road, with 1,500 horsepower and a speed that makes us question the laws of physics. It is also based on Bugatti’s Chiron model. The Divo’s more current design language results in a car with a much higher top speed than previous Bugatti models. One of the quickest supercars on the market has an electronically controlled top speed of 380kph (236mph) and can accelerate from zero to 100kph in less than 2.4 seconds.
6. Bugatti Chiron Our Sport -$3.6 million
The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is defined by one word: “pure perfection.” This radical version of the original Chiron could be the first supercar to brag about being purposely slower. Given that this type can glide at a speed of 350 kilometers per hour, “slower” is a relative phrase (218mph).
7. 2011 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport -$2.1 Million
It is the most powerful and quickest derivative of the original Veyron, with a 1184 horsepower engine and a top speed of 431.07 km/h (267.856 mph). It was the quickest production automobile in the world when it debuted, and only 30 were produced.
This SuperSport is located in the United Kingdom and boasts black and orange leather interior with visible carbon fiber. Black-painted wheels with a polished surface, a mirror finish on the center mesh, blue brake calipers, and black gasoline and oil filling caps are available as options.
8. 2014 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse -$2.0 Million
The Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse (Vitesse means “speed” in French) has a detachable roof panel that allows for open-air driving. It took the company three years to create such a masterpiece (2012-15). With a top speed of 408.84 km/h, the 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse holds the world record for the fastest production roadster (254.04 mph).
9. Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir -$2 million
The Veyron was the first Volkswagen-era Bugatti to enter production in 2005 and remained in production until 2015. When it launched, the Veyron was the world’s fastest production automobile, powered by a quad-turbocharged W-16 engine.
In total, Bugatti produced only 450 Veyrons of various types. And there are just 12 “Black Blood” or “sang noir” Bugatti versions. The Sang Noir’s hood and canopy are built of exposed carbon fiber, a tribute to the classic Type 57S Atlantic.
10. 1994 Bugatti EB110 -$900,000
It was given the designation EB110. The 3.5-liter V-12 engine has four turbochargers and 12 throttle bodies. A 6-speed manual transmission drives all four wheels.