If there's a market most receptive to special-edition supercars, it's the Middle East. Therefore it's not the least bit surprising that Bugatti unveiled three limited-edition variants of its Veyron at this year's Dubai motor show.
Limited to just five examples, the Veyron Nocturne sports an interesting black-on-silver paint scheme, but those silver panels are quite interesting: They're polished aluminum, and the rear quarter panels and rockers are formed from one single part. The dashboard is fashioned from magnesium, while the center console has been coated in galvanized platinum. Pricing for each Nocturne is estimated at $2.4 million.
If that's not exclusive enough, you may be interested in two one-off models also premiering at the show. The $2.1 Sang d'Argent commemorates Bugatti's centennial anniversary, and sports silver paint, polished aluminum exterior panels, and wheels cribbed from the open-air Veyron Grand Sport model.
Speaking of the Veyron Grand Sport, the new Soleil du Nuit edition features "Black Blue" paint, which contrasts nicely with a special burnt orange leather interior. Unique wheels are also par for the course, and the entire package will run you approximately $2.2 million.
Bugatti will offer all seven of these cars in the Middle East, where each will likely be sold quickly.