Bugatti Veyron Bleu Centenaire premiers at the Geneva Motor show


The latest in the long line of special edition Bugatti Veyrons to be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show is called the Bleu Centenaire. It has been introduced to commemorate the brand’s 100th anniversary. The shade of blue dabbed onto the Veyron is similar to that on the late EB 110. However, the application of color on its body panels is a combination of matte and glossy, which is a tad uncanny for a shade. The Veyron has a quad-turbo W16 engine; rumors are doing the rounds that Bugatti has exceeded the engine’s current power rating of 1000 hp to such a great extent that the car’s top speed will ridge to 270 mph. A day’s wait is worth the watch for more pictures and details.
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