Over the past several years, it's pretty clear.

Although the Bugatti Veyron is a masterpiece when it comes to engineering, the excitement is starting to wan. Between the multitudes of special editions and slicing and dicing of the vehicle with and without the top, then the variety of power outputs, it seems like Bugatti is doing its best to stretch it out. Can't blame them as they still have approximately $80 million worth of product to sell.

One of the ways it's advancing sales is with an all-new series of limited edition vehicles dedicated to the legends of Bugatti. The fourth of six is the Rembrandt Bugatti.

Rembrandt is the brother of the automaker's founder and is well-known as being an important sculptor of the 20th century. Rembrandt is the sculptor who adorned the Type 41 Royale with the dancing elephant that became Bugatti's icon.

What strikes me is how Bugatti is able to churn out these unique color combinations yet they seem to work every single time. I can't remember ever really appreciating a brown colored vehicle, but man this Veyron is just killin' it!

Geneva Motor Show #SIAG

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