2016 BUGATTI VEYRON GRAND SPORT VITESSE: On display during the 108th annual Chicago Auto Show, Feb. 13-21, 2016, is the ultra-exotic Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. With new finesse, and optimal aerodynamics, the eight-liter displacement of the W16 engine provides a maximum output of 1,200-horsepower, and rockets the super car from 0-to-62 mph in just 2.6 seconds. With a top speed of 255-mph, the four-wheel drive Grand Sport Vitesse is the fastest production roadster ever built, which fits, as “Vitesse” is the French word for speed. At the front end is characterized by larger air intakes; the two central air intakes to the left and right of the radiator grille are horizontally divided by a bar. The bottom air vent stretches sideways into the wheel housing and lends this exceptional sports car an extremely high-performance appearance. The rear end, like on the Super Sport, is characterized by a double diffuser and a centrally positioned twin tailpipe. The Grand Sport Vitesse makes use of a full carbon fiber monocoque, the outer skin is also completely made of carbon fiber; and optionally, the new Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is also available in clear-coated visible carbon. A new roof spoiler significantly reduces wind noise and turbulence inside the car. Also in the interior, in addition to high-grade metals such as aluminum and magnesium, carbon fiber is the dominant material of the numerous interior components. The base MSRP of the example at the 2016 Chicago show is $2,624,726.