Last week, Bugatti took the wraps off another special-edition version of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport, called the Sang Bleu.
The model, which celebrated Bugatti’s 100th anniversary made its debut at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
Bugatti has reportedly built 250 of the 300 Veyrons originally planned for production.
And in that 250 have been seemingly endless special editions, including the Sang Noir, the Pur Sang, the Hermes, the Pegaso, the Centenaire Bleu and the four L’Edition Centennaire cars that recently launched at Villa d’Este.
If you then throw in to the mix the Bugatti specials that have been made for customers – which include some all-carbon versions – you’re probably getting up to a minimum of ten limited edition Veyrons.
The Alsacian automaker will now focus on its next project, known as the Royale or Bordeaux.