Bugatti announced this week that they have built their 100th Chiron.

It's been about two years since the supercar debuted at the 2016 Geneva Auto Show. To celebrate the achievement, Bugatti staff took a group photo with the 100th vehicle outside of their headquarters in Molsheim, France.

The car in question will go to a buyer in the Middle East and will have a bespoke matte, dark blue carbon finish. The vehicle's iconic sideline dons that sharp red in contrast. The price tag on this one sat at a comfortable $3.33 million.

At its current rate, Bugatti is building Chirons at a rate of about 70 per year. Since the line has a production run of 500, this means we can expect the Chiron to be available for six more years. During this time, we can look forward to a number of variants to keep things fresh. The Chiron Sport was certainly quite a car, and we can expect to see a Super Sport in enough time.

If I set aside $46,000 a month starting now, I might be able to afford one of these bad boys before they run out.