Veyron

Bugatti Veyron La Finale

With they Veyron, Bugatti has reached the finish line and they made it grande. The 450th production Veyron, wears the name "La Finale" and it's based on the Grand Sport Vitesse, which means it's the open top model and that's not all.
 
What makes it special, is that it's being finished in an exposed red carbon fiber, combined with black details and "La Finale" badging and two-tone wheels.
 
 

Bugatti Veyron Ettore Bugatti Legend

Bugatti Veyron Ettore Bugatti Legend
The sixth Legend of the "Les Légendes de Bugatti" is the final dedicated to the company founder, Ettore Bugatti. Like the others, is being based on the Grand Sport Vitesse and will be produced in a limited number of 3 units, all carrying the price of 2.35M euros.

Bugatti kept the best 'till last, the car wears a clear-coated carbon and hand-polished aluminum blue body color and is complemented by color-coordinated unique diamond-cut alloy wheels.

The Race - McLaren P1 vs Bugatti Veyron Vitesse

The Race
 
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Ever since I saw this picture, I knew I had to make it more dynamic, angle was right, position and background as well.
 
Veyron needed a lower stance, bigger wheels and a more popping color. The McLaren had everything, enhanced the rear with a backfire and custom plates for both the cars, because details matter - how about a "lowered" window for the Bugatti?
 
 

Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt Legend


Due to Geneva's Auto Show, Bugatti has announced their 4th Legend car, built to honor the artist, sculptor Rembrandt.

What's unique about this model is the bronze clear-coat combined with a brighter brown tone on the lower part. The vehicle's alloy wheels are painted in "Firefinch" and light "Noix" browns.

The interior is an exquisite combination of cognac colored leather, combined with elephant structure on the median channel.

For a price set at 2.8M euros, the car is limited to 3 units of production.

Hennessey Venom GT beats Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Remember the Hennessey Venom GT that caught everyone's attention with its crazy fast speed? Well, as of now, it's officially the world's fastest car as it hits 270.49 mph at the Kennedy Space Center. The Venom GT beats the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport which held the previous title with a top speed of 268.86 mph.

 

Although, it is technically the world's fastest car, it can't receive the title since Gusiness Record requires the average speed from two runs. Since NASA only allowed Hennessey one run, the title was out of reach. The manufacturer also had to have a minimum of 30 cars and Hennessey stated that they will only produce 29 Venom GT's.

 

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