2012 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Black & Yellow

Bugatti has launched a special edition Veyron Grand Sport at the Qatar motor show in January 2012.

This special edition is a convertible and is no doubt the fastest convertible produced in the world with a top speed of 253 mph (407km/h) with speeds up to 217 mph (350km/h) achieved without the roof.

The Veyron Grand Sport features a catchy yellow and black theme for its exterior. This edition of the Grand Sport is the last of the Veyron’s to be built.


General Info
Vehicle Type: SuperCar Base Price: € 1,580,000.00
Fuel Tank Capacity: 26.4 gallons (100 liters) Miles Per Gallon: NA
Length: 175.6 in. (446 cm) Wheel Base: 106.6 in. (271 cm)
Height: 47.4 in. (120.4 cm) Width: 78.6 in. (199.8 cm)
Curb Weight: 4387 lbs (1990 kg) Maximum Seating: 2 people
Engine: W16 Quad Turbo Displacement: 8.0 Liter
Horsepower: 1200 HP Max RPM: 6000 RPM
Torque: 1106 lb-ft Transmission: 7-Speed Automatic DSG
0-60 mph: 2.7 seconds Maximum Speed: 252.9 mph (407 km/h)

Exterior & Interior

The man behind Bugatti, Ettore Bugatti has always experimented with different color schemes and materials for his extreme cars. He has always preferred painting his cars in two color combinations. The Veyron Grand Sport is no exception and is colored in yellow and black. This interesting combination of yellow and black color is said to be one his all time favorite.

The two colors are split horizontally, with bright yellow covering the top part of the car with black carbon underneath it. The yellow and black theme is not only limited to exteriors, but also runs into the interiors with seats finished in yellow leather and black stitching.

The central console is colored in carbon black. The dashboard, gearshift and steering wheels are covered with black leather and yellow stitching.


Veyron Grand Sport’s internal largely remains the same. The car is powered by the quad-turbocharged 8-litre W-16 engine which churns out whopping 1001-horsepower. The car can do 0 to 60 in 2.7 seconds.


The Veyron Grand Sport model would cost $2.05 million, which is more than 10% premium over the out of production original Veyron. The incremental changes are only cosmetic but the one planning to buy this car won’t complain about the difference in price.

It’s a limited edition and the company has decided to produce only 150 units of Grand Sport out of which nearly 2/3 slots are still available.