This year, Bugatti will celebrate its 110th anniversary, and to mark the occasion, it is offering a special edition of the Chiron Sport. Called the ‘110 ans Bugatti’, only 20 units will be made, each paying homage to the brand as well as the country the company is based in – France.

Throughout the vehicle, you’ll spot the colours of the French flag, most notably the underside of the rear spoiler over its entire width. Special attention has also been paid to ensure the Tricolore appears as a mirror image on the Chiron’s right-hand side, similar to what you’ll find on official vehicles in France.

You’ll also find brake calipers painted in French Racing Blue behind the matte black ‘Nocturne’ alloy wheels, and a bespoke aluminium filler cap. Bugatti says the cap is sandblasted before being hand polished to achieve its beautiful finish, with the ‘“110 ans Bugatti’ emblem and the Tricolore running vertically through it.

The rest of the celebratory Chiron Sport is a showcase of exquisite craftsmanship, with the rear of the car featuring a matte Steel Blue paintwork made to produce a sheen like hot-rolled steel.

Other areas like the Bugatti line and the “C structure” surrounding the passenger compartment are also painted Steel Blue. Meanwhile, the exposed carbon-fibre used at the front end, rear diffuser and rear bumper are coated in Steel Blue Carbon to ensure coherence. This particular example also comes with the Sky View roof, as well as matte black detailing applied on the exhaust system and rear spoiler mechanism.

The interior continues the ongoing theme, with the French tricolour and dedicated emblem being applied on the two headrests and back rests of the sports seats. You’ll also find the flag on the 12 o’clock mark of the steering wheel that combines matte carbon-fibre with a blue leather cover.

More carbon-fibre is used for the nacelle, steering wheel, steering column and seat trims, while the door trims, sides and seats areas are covered in Alcantara. The interior also gets Deep Blue leather upholstery and French Racing Blue.

If that isn’t enough attention to detail for you, a bespoke medallion made of solid silver with enamel inserts sits atop a carbon-fibre plate on the centre console stowage. Oh, even the key to the car is surrounded by three sewn leather patches in the colours of the flag.

Performance figures stay the same, with the Chiron Sport’s 8.0 litre quad-turbo W16 engine serving up 1,479 hp (1,500 PS) and 1,600 Nm of torque. Power goes to all four corners via a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and the car will complete the 0-100 km/h sprint in under 2.5 seconds.

Bugatti didn’t name a price but considering the base Chiron Sport starts at 2.65 million euros (about RM12.2 million) before taxes and options, it won’t come cheap.