Published by Autobahn Buzz (2013 Geneva Motor Show)
- Customization is “Standard” Option on all Bugatti Veyron 16.4
- Grand Sport Vitesse at 1,200 hp is the most powerful roadster of all time
- Featured at Geneva Motor Show – Grand Sport in two-tone color carbon fiber body work.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport– Prominently displayed at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show giving homage to the Bugatti Royale.
Grand Sport exterior. Whether with a puristic full-carbon-fiber skin, a special shimmering visible-carbon shell in bronze or paint surfaces– the choices for personalizing a Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport are infinite.
The Grand Sport’s doors, front wings and exterior mirror housings are in polished aluminum. This is remindful of the Art Deco bonnet figure made by Rembrandt Bugatti and restricted to the six Bugatti Royale developed in between 1926 and 1933.
Grand Sport interior. The Molsheim-based designers proceed the Grand Sport’s exterior environment-friendly and silver motif in the interior of the automobile. Green leather is tastefully specified against silver contrast joints on the seats, the steering wheel rim and the gear lever. Just like the identical pattern in both Grand Sport Vitesse models, the seats, back- and armrests are sewed with beige stitching called “quilting”. Various other details consist of an interior mirror in an eco-friendly finish, pedals and ledge panel trimmings in anodized aluminum and eco-friendly flooring mats. This model of the Grand Sport costs 1.92 thousand euros.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse– Color and Functionality
Grand Sport Vitesse exterior. The 2 Grand Sport Vitesses with W16 engines improved to 1,200 hp shown by Bugatti in Geneva demonstrate the nearly infinite assortment of exterior themes.
The lower air slit runs back along the edge to the wheel housings– giving this fantastic recreations vehicle even more presence. Bugatti took the aerodynamics package deal with automatically retractable rear spoiler straight from the 16.4 Super Sport, which established a brand-new report for a road sports car in summertime 2010 by obtaining a rate of 431 km/h (268 MPH).
Grand Sport Vitesse I exterior (standard physique tone in black). One of both Grand Sport Vitesses received Geneva highlights the automobile’s substantial possibility with a full physique out of apparent black carbon fiber. To offer a contrast to this puristic principle, the brake calipers and the exterior mirror housings are in blue while the roofing system trim and the grill join polished aluminum and the wheels in the traditional Diamond Cut.
Grand Sport Vitesse I interior (fundamental body tone in black). The interior of the black Grand Sport Vitesse is a striking contrast to the monochrome carbon-fiber exterior with a great combination of Beluga Black and brownish Gaucho leather. All other areas, including the noticeable carbon ornamental elements, are black.
The contrast inside the automobile is produced by blue stitching on the cockpit seats, on the three-spoke tire and on the center tunnel; the “Vitesse” lettering on the head restraints and in the location around the knee pads is stitched in “Bugatti Light Blue.” The nicely laid-out visible-carbon components develop a web link to the external skin– they are to be found in the doorway inserts, in the center console extension, on the iPad stowage surround, on the belt exit point trims on the seats and on a cover holding the EB
logo design in the leather back panel trim. The driving tire has a “12 o’clock mark” completed in noticeable carbon– respect to competing and rally autos in which the vehicle driver always should be kept notified about the wheel angle. Its cost is 2.02 million euros.