In celebration of the Chinese New Years 'Year of the Dragon' Bugatti recently released a Veyron Grand Sport Wei Long edition with a bevy of opulent trimmings that even an ancient emperor would deem worthy.
With a gilded price tag of $2.09 million dollars, and only one in existence -this deluxe supercar is meant as the joy ride for one of the world's luckiest drivers.
The luxury car company enlisted the help of Koniglice Porzellan Manufaktur of Berlin, who had previously wowed Bugatti fans by creating porcelain parts for the Grand Sport L'Or Blanc. In the Wei Long edition the fuel filler cap, wheel inserts and certain cabin features are all hand crafted from porcelain. However, the elite car company could not stop at mere porcelain fittings, so they engraved regal images of dragons into the cars' various porcelain amenities.
Like an emperor's tea robe, the floor mats of this Bugatti are 100% silk. So no swamp mucking then supercar scooting in this vehicle. (For an additional 3.50, the company will supply plastic bags for your shoes.)
The interior is a gorgeous brick red leather, which evokes a powerful aura of prestige, and it too is embossed with images of mystical dragons. So while leading an empire sounds great, why not just look the part, in Bugatti's most outlandishly prestigious vehicle yet?
VIDEO: BUGATTI VEYRON GRAND SPORT WEI LONG EDITION