Bugatti has unveiled two special edition models of already special edition models at Auto Shanghai 2011 in China. Called the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport Black Carbon and Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport White Matt Blue Carbon, the two models sure stand out amongst a crowd.
The Black Carbon is like an unpainted version of the ultra-hyper Super Sport Veyron, which is already made almost entirely of carbon. The special edition is accented by stainless chrome finishes though, such as the A and C pillar roof line as well as the wheels and exhaust tailpipes.
Bugatti has said the one-off Super Sport Black Carbon on display at the Shanghai show is already sold. It features the same 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine outputting a colossal 1200PS (882kW) of power and 1500Nm of torque; enough to pull the beast to an electronically limited top speed of 415km/h.
The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport White Matt Blue Carbon on display is based on the drop-top version of the Veyron and features the ‘normal’ 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine outputting just 1001hp (746kW) of power. It’s top speed is limited to 407km/h, or 360km/h with the roof open.
The Grand Sport is more of a car to impress. It presents a jaw-dropping blue interior accented by brushed aluminium highlights throughout. The exterior is also garnished in exquisite blue details, such as special blue shadow chrome alloy wheels and a number of blue carbon fibre trimming pieces.
The Grand Sport version is still up for sale apparently, any takers?