Bugatti took super luxury interiors to an entirely new level when it debuted this hand-braided leather door panel in its limited-edition Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse.
The vehicle – affectionately named the “Rembrandt Bugatti” after the acclaimed 20th century sculptor who also happens to be the brother of Bugatti’s founder – is part of a six-vehicle series, “Les Légendes de Bugatti,” the automaker debuted at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show.
Describing the one-of-a-kind door panel, Bugatti writes:
The door trim is impressive evidence of Bugatti’s reputation for working high-quality materials in a unique style, with braided leather in the softly contrasting colors of “Cognac” and “Coffee.” This elegant design was developed exclusively for this Legends car.
In April, we published a short article about another vehicle in the series, “Black Bess,” which features hand-painted door panels and seats. Like “Black Bess,” the “Rembrandt Bugatti” is priced slightly out of reach for most folks — a whopping $3 million.
With Bugatti, though, you definitely get what you pay for. To see more photos of the “Rembrandt Bugatti,” visit Ribbon Mag.