Inside, more ’32’ and ‘Grand Prix’ motifs can be found in the special center console inlay finished in black anodized aluminum with its silver handpainted inscription, as well as in the door sills, headrests, and entry lights. Unfortunately, there’s no word on how much the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport ‘Grand Prix’ costs, but with this being an homage to racing cars of the early 20th century, we suspect that the owner is someone with taste, class, and heritage that speaks of generational wealth. That’s quite a broad assumption, but whoever it was certainly wasn’t scraping pennies together to pay for this build. Now that Sur Mesure has been properly launched, we’re pretty sure that uniquely painted and specially upholstered Bugattis will become more common, relatively speaking. We’re not complaining though, and we hope the next bespoke Bugatti is just as gorgeous.