Bugatti’s second special-edition offering at the Geneva Motor Show is the Veyron Grand Sport Grey Carbon. Similar to the Royal Dark Blue , this one-off Veyron Grand Sport has already been sold for 1.65 million euros.
Even if you can’t get a piece of this Veyron - or the Royal Dark Blue, for that matter - you can actually hop over to Bugatti’s booth at the auto show and play a little customization game where you can tinker with your own Veyron according to your tastes, courtesy of Bugatti’s "Customisation lounge".
For the Grand Sport Grey Carbon, the upper section of the body – including the doors and side panels – is made of dark gray carbon fiber while the bottom part of the car is finished in polished aluminum.
The interior of this one-off supercar is the same as the Royal Dark Blue, with the exception of the car’s silver color not contrasting as much to the white stitching as its blue counterpart, thereby giving it a more regal and luxurious feel.
Press release after the jump.
The second of the two display models follows a very different interpretation of the two-tone concept, one that first appeared on the Bugatti Sang Bleu. The upper section of the body – including the doors and side panels – is made of dark grey carbon fibre, framed whilst the bottom part of the car is finished in polished aluminium. The lower air intake grilles are polished to a brilliant shine. The wheel rims are the same as those on the Bugatti Pur Sang, with Ebony Pearl inner sides and a Diamond Cut face. The EB logos and all screws are made of sparkling aluminium.
As in the first car, the dashboard, centre console, seats and interior trim panels are upholstered in leather, but the silver colour used here does not contrast as strongly with the white stitching as the blue, giving a softer, more elegant feel. This car too has already been sold, with a price tag of 1.65 million euros (ex works).