Based on the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse roadster, this is Bugatti’s tribute to its bad-boy brother.
Most Bugatti fans know the family’s second generation andformer company CEO, Jean, but few have heard of the bad-boy brother, RembrandtBugatti, who stayed out of the family business and committed suicide later inlife. Finally making it into the business, Rembrandt is now on the nameplate ofthis stunning Bugatti Legends Rembrandt Bugatti edition, distinguished by its two-tonebrown and bronze color scheme.
The car was unveiled today at the Geneva Motor Show, andshould be sold at approximately $3 million when it hits showrooms. It ispowered by the Grand Sport Vitesse’s 8-liter W-16 engine, which makes the0-62mph run in 2.6 seconds and tops out at 408kmh. Check out the pics directlyfrom the Geneva floor.