A special edition Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse Rafale has made its debut at the 2012 Sao Paulo Auto Show.
The one-off special model runs $270,000 over the standard version making the total price tag $2.5 million.
So what does the ridiculous price tag get you? Color. To be exact, it’s a two-tone paint job where prominent sections of the upper body are coated in “Gris Rafale”, while the air scoops, air brake, roof area and back are painted “blue visible carbon”.
They even throw in an interior treatment with Lake Blue leather seats accented in light gray stitching.
In all fairness the scheme is very attractive, and Bugatti says “each one of the 300 Veyrons and 30 Grand Sports built so far is unique.”
No other changes have been made.
-By: Alexandra Koken