Bugatti Unveils its Latest “Legend”: Rembrandt Bugatti
Bugatti has just unveiled the latest in their exclusive six-part Legends Edition, this time honoring Rembrandt Bugatti. He was the brother of the company’s founder, but also an acclaimed sculptor in his own right whose works typically sell for even more than many Bugatti supercars today. Similar to the previous three editions (which have already been sold), the Rembrandt Bugatti is based on the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse model and will be limited to three units, each with a price tag of €2.18 million (about $3 million).
Paying homage to Rembrandt Bugatti’s favorite material, this special edition Veyron features a bronze clear-coated carbon exterior, while the lower area of the car is a light brown hue. The vehicles’s alloy wheels are painted in “Firefinch” and light “Noix” browns, while the fuel cap comes with the sculptor’s signature lasered onto it.
The cabin features light brown “Cognac” leather upholstery with an elephant structure on the rear center box between the seats, where Bugatti has also applied the Type 41 Royale’s hood ornament. In addition to this, there’s a platinum EB logo on the steering wheel, bronze clear-coated carbon on the center console and braided leather for the door trims.
Bugatti has every reason to want to show off their new limited edition supercar, so the Italian manufacturer will also be showcasing the Rembrandt in Berlin during an exhibition at the Old National Gallery.