As we told you last week, production of the regular Bugatti Veyron 16.4 coupé has reached its 300 unit limit, but the Grand Sport lives on and will be rolling off the line in Molsheim for a little while yet. This latest unique example of the open-topped Veyron – the Bugatti L’Or Blanc – was created as a joint project with Königliche Porzellan-Manufatur Berlin (KPM); it features a painstaking two-tone exterior that mimics reflections on the car’s body, and has been treated to bespoke KPM porcelain inlays, covering such components as the centre wheel badges, fuel and oil filler caps, and that legendary “EB” badge on the rear.

Inside you’ll find porcelain is used for the inlays on the sides of the centre console, and a panel (complete with elephant logo) behind the seats. Unusually, there’s a fine porcelain dish fitted to the top of the console, that can be removed and used as part of the Bugatti’s picnic set. Seriously.

Interested parties will need €1.65 million burning a hole in their pocket if they want to own this real one-off.

[Source: Bugatti]

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