Bugatti has unveiled the latest in its Legends edition Veyron models, the Rembrandt Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.
Rembrandt Bugatti, brother of company founder Ettore, is the latest to be honored with a special edition Bugatti model that will be making its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Rembrandt Bugatti was one of the most important sculptors of the early 20th century with one of his most significant works being a sculpture of a dancing elephant. That same dancing elephant can be found on the radiator of the Bugatti Type 41 Royale and ultimately became the brand’s symbol.
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As for the Rembrandt Legends Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, it will run $3 million and features bronze-colored carbon that pays homage to Rembrandt Bugatti’s favored material. The lower half of the Veyron is painted in an elegant light brown called Noix, while the famous Bugatti horseshoe has been finished in platinum. The wheels sport a dark “Firefinch” and light Noix brown shades and Rembrandt Bugatti’s signature can be found lasered on the gas and oil cap.
The color theme continues on the interior with light brown Cognac while the famous elephant has been cast in bronze on the cover in the rear center box between the seats. Other details inside the cabin include bronze-colored, clear-coated carbon on the center console with the lettering “LesLégendes de Bugatti.”
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