When the Volkswagen Group acquired Bugatti, they came up with a grand plan to build a machine that’ll be unmatched by any other in the world to revive the legendary brand. What they came up with was so unique and amazing that the company has already sold 363 Veyrons despite losing millions for every car it makes, and its initials plan to build only 300. After the first 300 Veyrons, which were identical to each other except the three paint schemes they were available in, we saw Bugatti come up with a special edition Veyrons limited to one in number.
We have another special edition Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse roadster inspired by the world-famous pianist Lang Lang. The car, painted in glossy black and white, mimicking the piano keys and the two-tone finish of an original Bugatti Type 57 Atalante, was presented by the pianist at an event that took place last month at Chateau St. Jean in California.
The two-tone black and white finish continue on the inside of the open-top Veyron. White door panels accompany the seats upholstered in black leather with contrasting black stitching that reminds of music note lines. The center console inserts, EB badge on the steering wheel, and fuel cap are all gold plated inspired by grand concert pianos. The special edition Bugatti Veyron Vitesse has been named the “La Maison Pur Sang”. There’s no word on the price or availability or even if someone has already bought this beauty.
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