Bugatti is paying tribute to one of its biggest markets, Middle East, with three special Grand Sport ME versions.
Unveiled at the the Dubai International Motor Show these models come in yellow, green and blue.
The yellow one has a unique two-tone paint job with a bright yellow body and a underside in visible black carbon, including black-tinted wheels. Same theme continues inside with seats finished in yellow-colored leather with black stitching. The middle console is in black carbon, while the dashboard, steering wheel and gearshift are encased in black leather with yellow stitching.
It kinda reminds us of Bijan Pakzad’s Bugatti. The price for this baby is 1.58 million euro.
Then we have the blue one with a two-tone horizontal colour split consisting of visible blue carbon, framed in polished, anodised aluminium, and aluminium polished and Diamond Cut two-tone finish for wheels. Interior features include tangerine leather, door panels, dashboard, steering wheel and console covered in dark blue Indigo leather or exposed blue carbon fibre, with tangerine stitching on the steering wheel and gearshift knob.
This one will set you back 1.74 million euro.
The last member of the trio is a bit more special. It features a newly developed green carbon fibre tone with polished aluminium. The rims, the exterior rearview mirrors and even the EB-logo at the rear are of polished aluminium. Inside the sominant color is een and silver to match the exterior.
It too is 1.74 million euro.
If you want one of these you better hustle because we suspect all three will be sold by midnight!
Here’s some eye candy: