Bumblebee-themed Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport on display at the Qatar Motor Show 2012


Bugatti sure knows how to bid adieu to its popular luxury car in style. As the brand retires the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport after bringing out 300 units, the European manufacturer has put a uniquely hued vehicle for the Qatar Motor Show. In its second year at the event, the car sports a “horizontal color split with a bright yellow body framed in visible black carbon, including black-tinted wheels”. The yellow and black color palette continues into the interiors with yellow leather seats featuring black stitching. The middle console is crafted in black carbon, and the dashboard, steering wheel and gearshift are set in black leather with yellow stitching. This model sports a €1.58 million ($2.06 million) price tag.

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If you wish to own a limited edition Grand Sport 105 of the 150 cars made are still up for grabs. The standard version of the vehicle is priced at €1.4 million ($1.82 million).
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