Bugatti unveiled this week at the Geneva Motor Show the fourth model in its six-part “Les Légendes de Bugatti” series, the Legends Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse “Rembrandt Bugatti” Edition.
The model was created in honor of late Italian sculptor Rembrandt Bugatti, who was also the brother of Bugatti’s founder Ettore.
The special edition supercar tells the story of theartist’s ability to sculpt different metals into magnificent artistic forms, in the same way that the car maker does with its vehicles. It sports a “horizontal split” design is coated with a bronze-colored clear-coated carbon, while the lower section is coated with the same clear-coated carbon but in a lighter shade of brown (Noix) providing contrast.
Under the hood is an 8-liter W16 engine with 1,200 horsepower offering a top speed of 254 mph. The supercar will be available for approximately $3 million and just three will be made.