Bugatti has revealed three new Special Editions for the Middle East at the Dubai Motor Show – the Veyron Nocturne, the Veyron Sang d’Argent and the Veyron Soleil de Nuit.
We’re back to yet more Bugatti Veyron Limited Edition cars to add to the 300 already out there (sorry, that’s the number of Veyrons in total – but it’s close to the number of ‘Special’ Veyrons) with the reveal of the Veyron Nocturne, the Veyron Sang d’Argent and the Veyron Soleil de Nuit at the Dubai Motor Show today.
The Veyron Nocturne is a limited run of five cars costing €1.65 million each. Bugatti wax lyrical about “…extraordinary partition of surfaces never used so far, giving the car a new dimension of lateral length” and “…galvanized side windows continuing the line of the polished aluminium upper body parts to the rear of the car and contrast vividly with the uni black of the side- and door-panels and the roof.” So much as with every other Veyron Limited Edition it’s about setting the car apart. It sells cars.
The Veyron Sang d’Argent and the Veyron Soleil de Nuit are both single cars – not a short run. The cars are basically an interpretation of the two tone Veyron L’Edition Centenaire shown at Villa D’este this year, the Veyron Soleil de Nuit being a convertible Grand Sport and the Veyron Sang d’Argent a standard coupe. They are priced at €1.45 million and €1.55 million respectively.
All the bumph is in the Bugatti Veyron Limited Edition at Dubai Press Release, just in case you’re a Middle East Potentate with an urge for yet another Veyron.