/Up Close with Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt “Khalifa”

Up Close with Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt “Khalifa”

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Towards the end of its life as a production model, Bugatti Veyron spawned so many different editions, it really isn’t easy keeping track of them all. But among them all the Legend Editions were some of the most unique, and among them the Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt one of the most exquisite.

This is a Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt finished in two-tone brown carbon, and it is just a little bit more special than usual, owing to that fact that it’s nicknamed Khalifa, a hint at the owner’s royal status. He is apparently a Qatari prince, most likely the same guy who a while ago acted like an utter douchebag with his LaFerrari in Beverly Hills.

Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt was built in honor of Ettore Bugatti’s brother, Rembrandt. So no, it has nothing to do with the famous painter. Priced at $3 million when new, the “Rembrandt Bugatti” is based on the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse. Its 8 litre W16 engine achieves an unparalleled torque of 1,500 Nm from 1,200 PS at 3,000-5,000 rpm, and can accelerate from 0-100 km in 2.6 seconds. With a maximum speed of 408.84 km/h with the roof down, the Vitesse is the fastest production roadster ever built.

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