The bad news for well-heeled car collectors is that Bugatti will build just 150 copies of the Veyron Grand Sport, but the good news is that 105 copies of them have yet to find a home. Three of the remaining cars have been specially modified for buyers in the Middle East, and are being unveiled at the Dubai Motor Show.
The first of the trio wears a mix of black and yellow, which were apparently the favorite colors of company founder Etorre Bugatti. The exterior has a mix of bright-yellow paint, exposed black carbon fiber, and dark-painted wheels. The interior continues the theme with a black-carbon center console, black leather dashboard, and yellow seats.The car costs €1.58 million, about $2.2 million.
The second car has a blue and silver color scheme, with blue exposed carbon fiber and anodized aluminum on the exterior. The front grilles receive an aluminum mirror finish, while the wheels are polished aluminum. Inside, occupants revel in a striking display of tangerine leather, broken up only by Inidgo leather and exposed blue carbon fiber. It will hurt your wallet just as much as the orange interior hurts your eyes: €1.74 million, or about $2.4 million.
The last of the three modified Veyrons is finished in a combination of green carbon fiber and polished aluminum. Even the wheels, rearview mirror, and rear EB logo are made from polished aluminum. The interior likewise receives a mix of green and silver coloring. The price, again, is €1.74 million.