While makers like Ferrari and Lamborghini have unveiled their latest creations at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti decided to only offer three one-off editions based on the current roadsters offered by the company.

The first one is a 16.4 Grand Sport Green Carbon - a model built to pay tribute to the Bugatti Royale built between 1926 and 1933.

On this special edition, the complete rear end, the engine cowlings, the roof trim strips, the door sills, the lower area of the front apron and the front bonnet are all painted in Green Carbon, while all the rest of the body features a very cool paint finish.

The car’s front wings and exterior mirror housings are in polished aluminum, while the 20-inch wheels feature a combination of green and silver two-tone Diamond Cut finish. The model also featues the motif of a dancing elephant - reminiscent of the Art Deco bonnet figure designed by Rembrandt Bugatti.

The same green-silver theme continues on the interior, where Bugatti combined green leather with silver contrast seams on the seats, the steering wheel rim and the gear lever.

This one-off Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Green Carbon is priced at €1.92 million (about $2.5 million at the current exchange rates).

  • 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Green Carbon
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    8.0 L
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    2.7 sec.
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    252 mph
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  (548) posted on 04.13.2013

I have seen this car before that this car reminds me of a bullet train and it looks like a slim limousine because of the long and elongated shape. It is nice that there is a model that pays tribute to the Bugatti Royale built between 1926 and 1933 since vintage cars reflect the classy designs and rest of body features have a very cool paint finish.

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