So many Bugatti’s, so little time!
Just kidding. It really is the opposite, in fact, with a production run closing in on the final 75 units pretty soon on the horizon in 2015.
But when your car costs as much as these magnificent specimens, who wouldn’t want a custom theme and livery?
Quick shorthand: GS signifies the targa cars, while the Vitesse models are the fastest and newest of the all. The Vitesse wears significant updates and shaping to the entire nose, with a mid-wing in the air ducts that is not present on the earlier cars.
Geneva 2014 — Bugatti Veyron Vitesse
Geneva 2014 — Bugatti Veyron Vitesse GS Rembrandt (Debut with Dr. Wolfgang Schreiber)
Frankfurt 2013 — Jean Bugatti Veyron
Paris 2013 — Bugatti GS Vitesse
Paris 2013 — Bugatti GS Venet
Paris 2013 — Bugatti Grand Sport
Salon Prive 2012 — Classic Snapshots
Pebble Beach 2012 — Bugatti GS
Geneva 2012 — Bugatti Veyron and GS
Geneva 2012 — Bugatti L’Or Blanc
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