Even though production of the original Bugatti Veyron coupe has ceased, this didn’t stop the manufacturer from producing three more unique models of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport, which were unveiled at the 2011 Dubai Motor Show. An interesting fact about Bugatti is that no two vehicles will ever be the same due to the endless array of customization options it offers. The first and seemingly loudest of the Grand Sport models appears to be sporting a yellow and black color scheme for both its interior and exterior. Its exterior body is painted a bright yellow color and its underside is black carbon. A matching yellow covers dash, steering wheel, and gearshift, all stitched together in black. This model is priced at 1.58 million euros ($2.15 million).
The second model has a blue carbon top and a polished anodized aluminum bottom. For even more emphasis, this special edition includes a set of diamond-cut aluminum two-tone finished wheels. The interior includes an orange-colored leather while the dashboard, steering wheel, console, and door panels are covered in a dark blue with orange stitching. This model is priced at 1.74 million euros ($2.37 million).
The third model comes in the newly developed green carbon fiber with exposed polished aluminum, which is also on the rims, side mirrors and the logo on the rear end. The interior uses the same color scheme as the exterior. This model is also priced at 1.74 million euros ($2.37 million). According to Bugatti, the company has sold only 45 of Grand Sports, leaving 105 still available for purchase. These cars will be manufactured at the Bugatti factory in Molsheim, France.
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