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?