Of the 150 examples of the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport earmarked for production, only 45 of them have been accounted for. Haute Living takes a closer look at the three spectacular Bugattis that made it to the Dubai Motor Show.
The original Bugatti Veyron has ended its production phase, but that doesn’t mean the end of the Veyron altogether. One hundred and fifty examples of the Grand Sport have been scheduled for production and only 45 of those have been accounted for, leaving 105 examples still available for order.
Bugatti offers a nearly endless array of customization options for both inside and outside of their cars. To demonstrate what they can do to a Veyron, Bugatti has brought three specially outfitted examples to the Dubai Motor Show.
Founder Ettore Bugatti’s favorite colors are black and yellow, so of course those colors were included in the presentation. One car had bright yellow bodywork contrasting with the exposed carbon fiber and black wheels. The second car had blue carbon fiber and anodized aluminum and the third incorporated a newly developed weave of green carbon fiber with a polished aluminum. Each car features matching wheels as well as an individually-tailored interior.
The yellow and back version of the car is going for around $2.1 million, while the uniquely-tinted carbon examples are around $2.37 million.
Source: Auto Blog