If there’s one thing Bugatti has become an expert at during the last 10 years is creating special editions of its vehicles.
The French automaker has a long and rich history of building bespoke and limited-run models, but those have become particularly prevalent during the Veyron’s long production run.
In fact, we lost count of how much ‘special edition’ Veyrons Bugatti has rolled out, but one we do remember quite fondly is the Grand Sport Vitesse Rembrandt.
Bugatti introduced it back in 2014 as part of its ‘Legends Series’ and limited production to just three units. The vehicle was built to pay tribute to Rembrandt Bugatti, the younger brother of company founder Ettore Bugatti.
While Ettore built cars, Rembrandt was a successful sculptor and particularly loved using bronze. He also really enjoyed making sculptures of elephants.
To pay tribute to this, the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Rembrandt is bathed in bronze-colored carbon fiber and includes a number of light brown accents. The interior even features a small elephant statue between the two seats. Other unique aspects of the car include a brown leather interior and two-tone brown wheels.
As owner Manny Khosbhin explains in the video below, the Rembrandt even incorporates platinum into some trimmings. In fact, the horseshoe grille, EB logo on the rear, and EB emblem on the steering wheel are all made from the ultra-expensive metal.