Few places in the world elicit visions of specific automobiles as well as Dubai elicits visions of bright, gaudy supercars. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

It's never really that surprising when a supercar manufacturer--especially one called Bugatti--unveils a loud special edition at the Dubai Motor Show. In fact, it'd be more surprising if it didn't.

With only the aging Veyron Grand Sport in its line at the moment, Bugatti is keeping the interest alive with special editions. For Dubai, it debuted three new Middle Eastern-market Grand Sport 16.4s.

The model that speaks the loudest is the yellow-and-black version. The colors represent Ettore Bugatti's favorites. The bulk of the exterior is bright yellow, with the wheels and underside adding the contrasting black. Inside, yellow leather dominates, while the car's dashboard, steering wheel and gearshift are covered in black, yellow-stitched leather. The center console is black carbon. This bumble-Bugatti carries a price tag of 1.58 million euros ($2.14 million).

The second model, which we'd call the most interesting one, gets an all-new green carbon fiber body framed by polished aluminum. The rims, rear-view mirrors and EB logo are also done up in polished aluminum. The interior continues the green-and-aluminum theme. The price for this foresty convertible is 1.74 million euros ($2.36 million).

The final model bears the striking blue carbon that we've seen on the Veyron Super Sport, offset by polished aluminum underneath, on the grille and air intakes, and on the rims. Inside, tangerine leather covers most of the cabin, save for the door panels, dashboard, steering wheel and console, which take on the blue theme in the form of either dark Indigo leather or blue carbon. That model shares the 1.74-million-euro base with its green-carbon sibling.

As you'd expect with any proper $2 million car, buyers will have the full Bugatti buffet of options to dine from.

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