Bugatti Veyron is already a famous car with the world’s best speed flick of 252 mph.
Now this time at Geneva, a new piece of Veyron was on display exclaiming rust-like inclination on the fronts.
This new unique offering from Bugatti is an artwork of a French artist named Bernar Venet. He garnished the paint job of Veyron Sports with mathematical formulas and calculations which were used in the making of such a masterpiece. One would have been bored by looking at the previous series while a refreshing temptation was its need of the hour.
Commenting on this auspicious occasion Venet says, “A Bugatti is already a work of art in itself, one that transports both its beholder and its driver into new dimensions of reality. I realized how I could translate my passion for mathematical equations and scientific treatises into three-dimensional form.”
Artistic version of Bugatti Veyron Sports boasts an unmatched appeal just like its technical specifications. However, an art work doesn’t affect technicalities therefore the same 8.0 liter turbocharged W16 can be seen in the engine bay churning out massive 1,001 hp in a top whack of 252 mph.
Tantalizing the whole extravaganza, Bernar added, “result is also exceptional when measured by artistic standards and bestows the object (Veyron) with a mythical character.”
Other than this, two more Veyron Roadster were also present on the Swiss journey featuring two-tone color schemes on all components including wheels as well.