Two bespoke Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport models (already sold) are being shown at Geneva.
Bugatti has presented two bespoke Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport models for audiences at the 2010 Geneva International Motor Show. They are there to show more of what Veyron buyers can choose when customising their cars.
On the first car the bonnet, monocoque and rear section are made of carbon fibre tinted in a Royal Dark Blue colour. The hue also comes through on the air intakes, grilles and inner sides of the horseshoe-shaped spokes in the wheel rims.
Inside, the dashboard, centre console, seats and door trim panels have been crafted out of a dark blue Indigo leather. Bugatti has already sold this car to someone for €1.75 million ex works (US$2.4 million).
On the second car dark grey carbon fibre can be seen on the upper body and the rims are finished in polished aluminium, while the EB logos and all screws are made of sparkling aluminium. Similarly the dashboard, centre console, seats and interior trim panels are leather-bound with a soft contrast in silver.
Again the car has been sold at €1.65 million (US$2.25 million) ex works.