For the EB 16.4 Veyron Sang Noir, Bugatti experimented with darker shades and tonalities. Vincent van Gogh once said: “It often seems to me that the night is much more alive and richly coloured than the day.” The Veyron Sang Noir takes this thought to heart.
The historic model for this special edition was the Type 57S Atlantic, which had the same distinctive beauty, reminiscent of a bird of prey, that has run throughout the brand’s history and now revived in the Sang Noir. Both models forcefully demonstrate the close connection between Bugatti’s past and present.
Only 12 units of the EB 16.4 Veyron Sang Noir were made.
Aggression tamed by elegance
The jet black exterior paintwork may seem subdued at first glance, but a closer look reveals visual effects, such as the saturated black visible carbon, which give this unique Veyron its elegant, sculptural character. The visible carbon perfectly complements the black-coated sides of the body. Metal details like the chrome-plated Bugatti radiator grille and the highly polished hubcaps combine luxury and sporting flair in impressive fashion. Inside, the full-grain leather fittings in a powerful shade of mandarin contrast with the black centre console in a piano lacquer finish – another impressive example of the harmony of extremes.