The one-off design, based on the Veyron Grand Sport roadster announced in June, features an exclusive two-tone design theme that underscores its Sang Bleu (literally, “blue blood”) nameplate: royal blue carbon fiber accented by polished aluminum.
The Grand Sport wheels also get a two-tone finish — Midnight Blue and Diamond Cut — while the rear air scoops are tinted royal blue. The cockpit is trimmed in gaucho leather.
The Sang Bleu is the latest in a series of unique models released to mark the brand’s centennial. The Volkswagen group revived the marque, introducing the Veyron in 2006 in a limited run of 300 units.
Bugatti says it has sold 250 of those cars, including 20 Grand Sport models, and has delivered 215 cars to customers.
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