Bugatti Unveils Trio of Special Edition Veyrons at Dubai Motor Show

To honor the importance of the Middle East market to its automotive business, Bugatti swiped the wraps off two unique cars, the Veyron “Sang d’Argent” and the Grand Sport “Soleil de Nuit”, as well as a special series of five Veyrons dubbed “Nocturne”, all of which will be sold only in the Middle East, at this week’s Dubai International Motor Show.

Limited to just five units, the Veyron Nocturne sports a black finish with polished aluminum body parts and custom rims along with galvanized side windows. Inside, this special edition Veyron features a black nanocoated magnesium dashboard and a centre console in galvanized Platinum.

Moving on to the one-off specials, the Veyron “Sang d’Argent” coupe combines a silver paint finish with polished aluminium parts and a Havanna interior with quilting pattern on seats and saddle and other personalized items.

The Grand Sport “Soleil de Nuit” features a two-tone paint scheme with the Black Blue Metallic color enriched by mirror shine body parts and trim while the interior is finished in a strong burnt orange shade.

All three cars will be available for delivery to their Middle East owners in the first quarter of 2010 with prices ranging from €1.45 million for the “Sang d’Argent” and €1.55 million for the “Soleil de Nuit”, the Veyron and Grand Sport one-off models, to €1.65 million for the five car “Nocturne” series.

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