2010 Geneva Auto Show: Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Grey Carbon

Bugatti used the Geneva Auto Show to bring the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport to the public’s attention once again, as the carmaker presented two special editions of the car.

As we’ve talked about the Blue Carbon incarnation of the Veyron Grand Sport, we will now present the Veyron Grand Sport Grey Carbon.

The car uses a two-tone scheme that was first introduced on the Bugatti Sang Bleu edition. The top part of the hypercar’s body (this includes the doors and the side panels) is made of carbon fiber that comes in a dark grey finish. The lower section of the vehicle features a brushed aluminum finish, creating a striking contrast. The lower air intakes feature a high-shine polish.

The Grand Sport Grey Carbon’s rims are identical to those on the Bugatti Pur Sang, featuring Ebony Pearl inner sides and a Diamond Cut face. Spark aluminum was used for the EB logo and for all the screws.

The car’s interior also features a bespoke theme. The dashboard, the centre console, the seats and the interior trim panels finished in grey leather. Bugatti chose to use grey stitching for the interior elements, thus creating less contrast but offering an elegant feel that strongly differentiates the car from it’s Geneva sibling.

Like the Grand Sport Blue Carbon, the Grand Sport Grey Carbon has also been sold. The car’s owner paid $2,25 million for it, while the former set its owner back $2.39 million.
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