At the Geneva Motor Show in 2014 the company presented the Bugatti fourth of six special version Veyron hypercar, created through a series of “Les Legendes de Bugatti”. Novelty called Rembrandt Bugatti.
This version of the devoted brother of company founder Ettore and one of the most famous sculptors of the twentieth century animalists Rembrandt Bugatti. His sculpture depicting a dancing elephant is still the symbol of the automaker’s brand, and the first time she appeared on the grille model Bugatti Type 41 Royale.
Like all previous special version, version of Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt Bugatti is based on the 1200-strong open modifications Grand Sport Vitesse and will be released in the amount of three pieces at a cost of three million dollars each (2.18 million euros).
Carbon body has hypercar bronze shade in honor of a loved Matheran sculptor. A lower part of the car is painted in a light brown color “Noix”. The inscription “Bugatti” on the cover of the fuel tank is made by laser.
Interior Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt Bugatti is fully lined with light-brown skin “Cognac” design developed specifically for this model, and the lid of the box between the seats is decorated with a small copy of the sculpture of dancing elephant. Like the original, it is made of real bronze.
The company also noted that had already sold all nine cars from among the three previous special version.Recall, this is Jean-Pierre Wimille, Jean Bugatti and Meo Constantini.

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