Yes, Bugatti has doubled-up for this year’s Geneva Motor Show, gracing us with not one, but two amazing cars: The Grey Carbon and the Blue Carbon. Both models attended the show topless, and both are outstanding. Too bad these are the only two that will be produced.
The actual names are a bit lengthy: The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Grey Carbon, and the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Blue Carbon. That is six words per name, and we find the whole “grand sport” part to be unnecessary, as it is obvious by looking at the sleek bodies of these beauties. Perhaps the names are the only part we would change.
The Grand Sport Grey Carbon Bugatti’s upper body, doors and side panels boast dark grey carbon fiber, the current luxury material. The bottom of the exotic car is finished with polished aluminum. The EB logos and screws are also polished aluminum, to pull the look together flawlessly.
The Grand Sport Blue Carbon is presented in a royal dark blue, with polished air intakes and grill, all detailed in the same blue. The contrasting arctic white side panels really pop, and the carbon fiber detail is gorgeous.
The interiors of both the Bugatti Grey Carbon and Blue Carbon models are full leather-the dashboard, seats, trim, center console and panels, all in the appropriate color for each model. The Blue Carbon boasts a two-tone theme.
Both share the same engine specs, a W configured engine capable of hitting the 0-60 mark in just 2.5 seconds, with top speeds of about 253 miles per hour. Yes, it is certainly unfortunate that Bugatti only made one of each, and that both are sold: The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Grey Carbon sold for $1.65 million, and the better-looking Blue-Carbon sibling went for a loftier $1.75 million. For more on Bugatti exotic cars, follow link to our luxury blog.
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