Bugatti has unveiled the new special edition Veyron Centenaire at Concorso d’Eleganza di Villa d’Este in an absolutely unique way! In fact they brought along four editions of the Centenaire to the show each accompanied by its classic equivalent Grand Prix racer of 1930’s. And each Veyron comes in the racing livery of its legendary driver’s country. What a way to celebrate! Of course if the rain hadn’t ruined the day!
So “Jean-Pierre Wimille“‘ ‘s car comes in blue for France, “Achille Varzi” with Rosso Corsa for Italia, Briton “Malcolm Campbell” in British racing green and “Hermann Zu Leiningen” features white for Germany.
Apart from the colors, These Veyrons are technically the same as the Bleu Centenaire unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor show. A 1350 horsepower super monster which does 420 km/h and costs a whopping 1,400,000 Euros! Don’t know about you, but if I was out shopping for a
Veyron, I’d go for a second hand normal one and save about half a million!!