Bugatti presented its brand new special edition at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show: the Veyron Grand Sport Blue Carbon. The vehicle body is made of carbon fibre tinted in a Royal Dark blue colour, with the fibre structure strikingly shining through the finish. The air intakes and grilles are also in Royal Dark Blue so that the entire central part conspicuously stands out from the side panels, which are painted in Arctic White. The blue and white contrast of the exterior continues inside the cabin with its Leather Bleu Indigo Sensitive colour that has been especially designed by Bugatti for the Geneva Motor Show in cooperation with BOXMARK. The white, extravagant stitching and quilting seams on steering wheel, seats, center console and gearshift knob are in contrast to the dark blue leather colour. The Veyron Grand Sport Blue Carbon special edition has already found a buyer who is willing to spend a stunning 1.75 million euros for this exquisite vehicle creation.
BOXMARK contributed to another Bugatti work of art last year: The Sang Bleu special edition on the occasion of Bugatti’s 100th anniversary. Here the focus was not on the contrasting colours but on the combination of the model materials: carbon and aluminium. The vehicle’s interior was completely upholstered with the newly developed brown BOXMARK Gaucho Sensitive leather. The sporty drivers’ seats were fitted with the characteristic Bugatti overlock seams with a master craftsman’s precision.
For the VW subsidiary Bugatti, 2009 was a difficult year. Even so, the company rolled out 50 cars. 255 customers have ordered a Bugatti Veyron so far, with 230 vehicles having been delivered. From the 26 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport on order, 9 have already been delivered to their customers.