Every year, the Chicago Auto Show is the stage for the some of the newest cars and innovations from the automotive industry.

At this year's installment, car enthusiasts would be hard-pressed to see anything more over the top than the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.

Sitting in the North Hall of McCormick Place at the Chicago Auto Show, the turbocharged vehicle, which is also known as the "Blugatti" for its blue-on-blue exterior, hits a mind-numbing 0 to 100 miles per hour in 2.6 seconds flat, revving up to a ridiculous 254.8 mph with 1,200 of ripping, roaring horsepower.

The Chicago Tribune reports that only 450 Bugatti Veyron vehicles have been made ... in the past 10 years, making the rarity of actually seeing one an event in itself. Oh yeah, about that price. The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is equipped with a price tag of $2,625,000.

The vehicle is meant to challenge the basics of aerodynamics, as described on the company's website.

"Inspired by the Super Sport, numerous changes were made to the front and rear of the Grand Sport Vitesse in order to optimise the aerodynamics," the description reads. "Larger air vents were added to the front while the rear features a double diffuser and central dual exhaust just like the Super Sport. The Grand Sport Vitesse's roof spoiler is also extremely eye-catching."

Unlike the Grand Sport, the Vitesse's exterior is solely made of carbon fiber. The Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is also optionally available with clear-coated visible carbon ... just in case ostentatious owners wanted to show off this vehicle any more.

Given the fact that there are so few of them in existence, the fact that the Chicago Auto Show simply has this supercar on display should be deemed a stunning feat of its own.

One of the few Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse owners is none other than retired, undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr., who reportedly paid $3.5 million (with upgrades) to purchase one of the supercars last October.

As unbelievable as it may sound, the purchase came months after Mayweather plopped down $4.8 million on an ultra-rare Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita last June.

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