Bugatti, after the presentation at Pebble Beach, presented for the first time on European soil the sixth and last special edition of the Veyron called Grand Sport Vitesse Ettore Bugatti obviously dedicated to the founder of the company, Ettore Arco Isidoro Bugatti.
The car’s exterior has a two-tone paint job, with the front part being unpainted polished aluminum, making contrasting with the dark blue that starts from the middle until the back. The model has also unique alloy wheels and an extremely stylish interior in brown with a platinum emblem in the shape of an elephant dancing.
Mechanically, the Ettore Bugatti Edition is no different from the simple Grand Sport Vitesse. So, it is equipped with a quad-turbo 8 liter W16 engine that delivers producing 1,200 hp and 1.500 Nm of torque, combined with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The 100 km/h from a standstill comes in 2.6 seconds come while the top speed is 408 km/h with the roof lowered.
The President of Bugatti, Wolfgang Duerheimer also revealed that the Veyron reached the “final stretch” as they left unsold less than 20 cars and when the 450th and final Veyron will be built, Bugatti will start a “next chapter.”