Bugatti is just giving the people want they want. And what they want are special editions Veyron's. After seeing how quickly their Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse sold (almost immediately) even with a $2.5 million sticker price, the French automaker is back with a Rafale Special Edition. Introduced at the Sao Paulo Motor Show, this extraordinary supercar was made even more unique with the addition of alloy wheels, a two-tone exterior with "Gris Rafale" paint complemented with a blue carbon fiber. Inside the cabin, Bugatti went with lake blue leather for the seats to match the dash trim, both contrasted with light grey stitching. Underneath the hood, everything remains the same as the standard model, including its quad-turbocharged 7.0-liter W16 engine that is capable of producing 1,200 HP and 1,500 Nm of torque. Judging by the fact that Bugatti hasn't had any trouble selling any of their Veyrons, you can expect this one to disappear quickly with its $2.5 million price tag.