The Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is one of the most beautiful hypercar roadsters to roll out of the Bugatti factory. The quad turbo 8.0-liter W16 pumps out an astounding 1,200 hp and 1106 lb-ft of torque. The Grand Sport Vitesse is also the fastest convertible that the French carmaker has ever produced. This special Veyron is capable of sprinting to 62 mph, using a 7-speed DSG sequential gearbox, in a miniscule 2.6 seconds. Top speed is an equally absolutely insane 233 mph.
Although the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is considered to be a limited production car in its own right, even more exclusive versions have been produced such as this one-off "Rafale" edition that was recently listed for sale. The Rafale debuted in South America in 2012 and was priced at $2.1 million. What makes this Grand Sport Vitesse unique is the exterior which features blue weave carbon fiber and "Gris Rafale" paint. The car only has 932 miles on the odometer and has been listed by exotic car dealer Leapingwell Strong for $2.2 million. For the record, that's only $100,000 shy of the original list price.