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.
Imagine getting your Rolex court up in the weave!,I dread to think how much it would cost to replace!
Nadeem Muaddi says
True. But I guess if you’re spending $3M on a car, repair costs aren’t that big of a concern. To people that rich, they probably see it the same way we see fixing a flat.
Having a Rolex would be nice!!
The costs of parts for a Bugatti are mind bending , I wouldn’t be surprised if a new door card cost 6k+