Bugatti showed up to the São Paulo Motor Show with another one-off edition supercar: the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Gris Rafale. It’s a Bugatti, so the price is just as astronomical as the car, topping off at 1.9 million Euros (about $2.4 million). The base price of the standard Grand Sport Vitesse is 1.69 million Euros (about $2.2 million at the current rates).
This one-off Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse features a light "Gris Rafale" exterior color combined with blue visible carbon on the roof area, air scoops, air brake, and some parts of the rear. The same contrasting colors were used for the interior with lake blue leather seats and light gray stitching.
Under the hood, Bugatti has retained the usual 7.9-liter 16-cylinder engine that delivers a total of 1,200 HP and 1,106 lb/ft of torque. The supercar sprints from 0 to 60 mph in 2.6 seconds and can hit an impressive top speed of 255 mph.
We don’t know if we’d pay an extra $200,000 for a paint job, but we’re pretty sure someone else will.