Volkswagen-owned Bugatti has officially unveiled a new, exclusive, one-off Veyron Grand Sport variant at the Pebble Beach Concours. Called the Sang Bleu, it was produced to honour Bugatti’s 100th anniversary. The Sang Bleu joins other special edition Veyrons such as the Bleu Centenaire, Sang Noir and Pur Sang, and stands out with its carbon fiber and aluminum finish.
Meaning, instead of using the conventional two tone body finish, the Sang Bleu is treated to carbon fiber blue and polished aluminium. It is also treated to wheels that are inspired by the Grand Sport Roadster, and finished in Midnight Blue and Diamond Cut two tone colours, while the interior is mostly treated to newly developed Gaucho leather. Just like other Veyron models, the Sang Bleu is motivated by a quad-turbo W16 powerplant, that is good for a mouth-watering 1001PS (987HP), and a tarmac cracking 1250Nm of torque.
As mentioned, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Sang Bleu is a one-off variant, and the French-based exotic car maker did not mention anything about it being put into a limited production run. Meanwhile, continue reading to view a high-res image gallery, which is the only window to the world of Bugattis, for most of us that is.