The Fourth Legend in the Bugatti stable comes alive with the Rembrandt Bugatti. Named after the artist who was fond of capturing the movement of animals, the Rembrandt is part of the Les Legendes de Bugatti which honors some of the most important people in the company’s history. Rembrandt was the younger brother of Ettore who famously casted the dancing elephant sculpture in bronze. This was the inspiration for the ‘bronze on bronze’ two tone of the Rembrandt Bugatti Vitesse. Based on the 16.4 Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse model, the car is still powered by the epic W16 engine. This allows the car to accelerate to 100 kmh in just 2.6 seconds from a standstill. Inside, the luxurious treatment continues with a full leather upholstery in brown ‘Cognac’. Between the seats is a console bearing a replica of Rembrandt’s elephant sculpture. That same image was used in the Type 41 Royale of the past. Sadly, the war drove Rembrandt to take his own life but his legacy lives on with his artwork and this magnificent creature on four wheels. ~$3 million.
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