Bugatti has unveiled a unique Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse at this weekend's Pebble Beach Quail gathering
17 August 2012

A special edition Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse has premiered at this weekend’s Pebble Beach Quail Gathering.

The show car is finished in a unique ‘Bianco’ and ‘New Light Blue’ colour scheme based on that of the race-winning 1928 Bugatti Type 37A which is now owned by Jay Leno.

The upper bodywork finished in Bianco white, while the lower half, including side skirts, front spoiler, radiator grille frame and rear apron are painted in New Light Blue. The inner surfaces of the alloy wheels and the underside of the rear wing are sprayed in the same blue hue.

The cabin is trimmed in light brown ‘Cognac’ leather. The Pebble Beach Bugatti Veyron carries a price tag of €1.74m.

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Bugatti Veyron
The world doesn't need a car like the Bugatti Veyron, but the fact it exists at all is reason for celebration

The Bugatti Veyron redefines what's possible in a road car, but does it justify its eye-watering price?

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19 August 2012

It's had a paint job, a bloudy expensive one at that, but that's it, nothing wildly unusual,just another Veyron,anyone seen the art car one?

Peter Cavellini.

20 August 2012

Finally, a car for the person whose ego is too large to fit into a standard Veyron!

Coming soon: The Kosher Edition Oy Veyron!

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