Bugatti Legends welcomes the 'Rembrandt Bugatti'
A motorised work of art
Bugatti pays homage to its prodigal son, the late French artist Rembrandt Bugatti, with this special edition supercar based on the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse roadster. The latest Bugatti follows the path of the previous Jean-Pierre Wimillie, Jean Bugatti and Meo Costantini editions, which all sold out as soon as they were released.
The 'Rembrandt Bugatti' features a two-tone brown and bronze colour scheme — inspired by the artist's ability to manipulate and yield different metals into animal sculptures.
The 'horizontal split' design is coated with a bronze-coloured clear-coated carbon, in addition to its platinum finish. The interior is upholstered in caramel-colour leather and embossed with a sculpture of one of Rembrandt's most famous works — a dancing elephant — throughout.
Apart from the magnificent appearance of the car, under the hood sits an 8-litre W16 engine with a heart racing 1,200 horsepower offering a top speed of 254 mph.
The exclusive 'Rembrandt Bugatti' costs approximately $3,000,000 , with only three made in the entire world.