When Bugatti unveiled its new limited-edition Chiron at the Geneva Auto Show, it was with the understanding that few people would ever set foot in — let alone own — one of the 500 supercars.
To help assuage the pain of that reality, the French automaker has decided to create a more attainable (if slower) form of the Bugatti experience: a range of luxury home and executive furniture.
Crafted with the assistance of Luxury Living Group, the Bugatti Home Collection features an array of chairs and tables along with a desk, sofa and bed named for Ettore Bugatti’s daughter Lydia.
The steel, glass and leather pieces feature the automaker’s signature two-tone color scheme, carbon fiber frames that mirror the aerodynamic design found on the hulls of their supercars, and flourishes that recall Bugatti’s signature horseshoe-shaped front grille.
“This furniture represents the unique style and the heart of Bugatti dominated by its key values: Art, Form, Technique,” says Luxury Living CEO Alberto Vignatelli.
Prices and more details are coming soon, but it’s a safe bet that purchasing the entire seven-piece line will cost substantially less than the $2.5 million Chiron.