Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Rafale special edition launched

Bugatti has revealed another special edition Veyron, called the Rafale, at the Sao Paulo motor show

Bugatti has unveiled yet another unique special edition Veyron, during a Volkswagen Group evening event ahead of the Sao Paulo motor show in Brazil.

The standard 1183bhp Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse has been given the Rafale treatment. This means that the main bodywork is finished in the unique Gris Rafale colour, and the roof, air intakes and some other areas made from contrasting blue weave carbon fibre.

Inside the blue theme continues, with the seats having been trimmed in Lake Blue leather with contrasting light grey stitching.

This unique look for the world’s fastest convertible comes with a price tag of €1.9m (£1.55m), an increase of £180,000 over the €1.69m (£1.37m) of the standard Veyron Vitesse.

Special edition Veyrons have played a huge part in the continued buzz around the model. Click here for our list of every special edition Veyron model.

The full Veyron Vitesse review is online here, as well as the Grand Sport Vitesse video review here.

Other special edition Bugatti Veyrons

- Veyron Grand Sport Vittesse SE unveiled at Pebble Beach

- Veyron Grand Sport 'Wei Long' special edition launched at the Beijing motor show

- Special edition Bugatti Veyron at Qatar

- Middle East special edition Veyrons

- Porcelain Veyron

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