How to improve on the Bugatti Chiron is a question no one has dared to ask — until now. Mansory has taken on the task of modifying a car that changed the entire idea of what street-legal cars were capable of, and while demand by definition won't be great, someone with one of the 500 Chirons has sprung for the package. What Mansory doesn't do is touch the 1,500 horsepower 8-liter W16 motor. The exterior, however, gets a much more sinister look thanks to carbon fiber body panels, side skirts, a rear wing along with a coat of Centuria blue paint. Turbine-style forged alloy wheels with carbon fiber coverings replace the stock ones, and a redesigned engine cover aims to offer better cooling to the quad-turbo motor. The interior also receives some changes, most notably with blue and aqua accents and quilted leather, along with a new steering wheel. The package will add another $2 million on top of the Chiron's astronomical $3 million price tag, making this a very limited edition indeed.