Auto Shanghai 2011: Bugatti unveils bespoke Veyrons for Asian markets
We have earlier introduced you to some of the most exotic and expensive Bugatti Veyrons. At the Shanghai Motor Show 2011, Bugatti released two new special versions of the Veyron. The first one in the line is a bespoke version of the 1,200hp Veyron 16.4 Super Sport. The special supercar flaunts black carbon fiber bodywork with inviting details such as the logos, alloy wheels, fuel filler cap and rear lid, finished in polished and anodized aluminum.
Inside, the car has a two-tone “Snow Beige” and “Beluga Black” leathers and carbon fiber trim. A customer in China has already bought this bespoke Veyron. The second model exhibited at the show was a special edition Grand Sport version with the chop top targa roof. The specific model enjoys a matte white paint job with blue carbon fiber on the lower fenders. The interior has also been given the blue treatment. President of Bugatti Wolfgang Dürheimer said…
This Grand Sport is an example of the versatile possibilities customers have when designing their unique Grand Sport in co-operation with the Bugatti team. We will continue to expand the design possibilities for the Bugatti brand.
Superior in every sense, the Bugatti Veyron supercar has already earned itself a name in car history as an undisputed classic. It’s a collector’s item and a valued investment.