Sporting a yellow finish at this year’s Autoshow with the emblem distinctively in red, I can’t help but fall in love…again. It is more than just a top down version of the former. And it still is the fastest car in the world!
Bugattis were well known for the beauty of their designs (Ettore Bugatti was from a family of artists and considered himself to be both an artist and constructor).
Classic look, large radiator grill, a hand-enameled Bugatti emblem – it represents the grandness of the Veyron. The sports car’s distinctive front is defined by the harmonious contrast of its broad headlights and majestic grill. The rear end, 1.99 m wide, features the formidable retractable spoiler and generously designed fenders. The Veyron perfectly fulfills the main design objective governing the development of the new Bugatti: an uncompromising combination of highest elegance and state-of-the-art technology. Contrasting in black, these are the colors of one of the three 2011 Middle East edition.
Priced at more or less $2m – I could just look in awe and take home a souvenir photo.