Wei Long is a one-off version of the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, built as a tribute to China’s year of dragon. Currently on display at the Beijing Auto Show alongside the 1.8 million euro Grand Sport Vitesse, the Wei Long features dragon relief sculptures on finest porcelain inside and out, provided by Berlin-based manufacturer Königliche Porzellan.
You will find dragons on the car’s oil and fuel cap, embroidered characters on the headrests, on the silk floor mats and a white porcelain dragon relief sculpture between the seats. The interior is finished in carmine red, and the exterior white polished, although the wheels get red detailing.
This version of the Grand Sport gets the standard 1001-hp W16 engine, which is not powerful as the Vitesse, but still capable of taking the car to over 400 km/h. It will be sold after the show for 1.58 million euros.