Bugatti presented the Grand Sport Vitesse 1 of 1 edition in Pebble Beach, a vehicle that takes inspiration from the brand's historical designs. Subsequently, the supercar was personally presented by Bugatti President Wolfgang Dürheimer to the future owner from Singapore.
The Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse 1 of 1 has a carbon-fiber body with a black and yellow paint finish which is the historical Bugatti colors. The designers gave the historical color combination a modern approach and the exterior of the vehicle is dominated by black paint with an accent of yellow. The front grill of the vehicle resembles the legendary Bugatti horseshoe that is also infused with black and yellow paint.
The yellow tone is applied starting beneath the headlights. The A-pillars, air scoops, engine cover and rear wings all have a yellow tone finish. The black and yellow paint continues up to the vehicle's rims that comes with the intitials of Ettore Bugatti on the hubcaps.
The interior of the vehicle is trimmed in black leather with the accent of yellow stitching on the steering wheel, seats and gear shift lever. The instrument panel of the Vitesse 1 of 1 has deep-black exposed carbon.
Adding details to the vehicle's interior is the shining yellow Bugatti Type 35 that is seen in the black carbon lid of the rear center box located between the seats. The automaker says the Bugatti Type 35 is the “most successful racing car ever” with more than 2,000 victories.
The door panel is made from due-tone leather which is black on the outside and yellow on the inside. This enables the vehicle's door panel to have a silhouette of a Bugatti Veyron.
However, Bugatti did not release the powertrain details of the Grand Sport Vitesse 1 of 1.