Bugatti has unveiled the ‘Wei Long 2012’ one-off Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, celebrating of course the Chinese year of the dragon.
The Wei Long Veyron has been developed with the help of Koniglice Porzellan Manufaktur of Berlin, who previously helped to develop the porcelain parts of the Grand Sport L’Or Blanc.
That means that the fuel filler cap, wheel inserts and elements of the cabin have all been made from porcelain that has been engraved with images of a dragon.
Similarly the headrests and hand-made 100 per cent silk floor mats are both embossed with the dragon image.
Bugatti will only be producing one Wei Long 2012 edition. This model will set you back 1.58 million euros ($2 million).