Bugatti, the German-owned French purveyor of supercars, has released a myriad of Veyron variants, each packing more exclusivity than the next while following a healthy price hierarchy. But this particular variant isn’t a product of Bugatti itself.
The Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Le Diamant Noir has been put up for sale at a local Beverly Hills dealership. It features a stunning all-black carbon fiber exterior with the iconic horseshoe grille surrounded in silver. In addition, the deckled air intakes also receive the silver finish, while the wheels combine hints of black and silver to round out the unique exterior design. Though Le Diamant Noir isn’t an official Veyron variant introduced by Bugatti, it’s not any less exclusive than others. In fact, since it’s not produced by the factory, it’s truly one-of-a-kind.
On the inside, leather is awash everywhere; this is a Bugatti Veyron after all. Cream leather adorns the seats, transmission tunnel, door panels and even the floor. The dashboard and steering wheel are wrapped in black leather.
The beating heart of this particular supercar is the record-breaking Bugatti W16 engine good for 1,200 hp and 1,100 pound-feet of torque.
The dealer has not listed a price, but only 290 miles sit on the odometer. So it could very well be one of the most expensive pre-owned vehicles ever.