The latest addition to Bugatti Veyron’s huge collection of special editions is the Vitesse Lang Lang edition, designed to honor Chinese pianist Lang Lang. The car was presented to the man during his concert in Molsheim, the home of Bugatti.
Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Lang Lang is a normal Grand Sport Vitesse – if you can call that car normal, of course – with exclusive visual features. The clear carbon fiber and white finish of the body – which brings the paint scheme of the 57 Atalante to mind – is inspired by the grand piano Lang Lang uses.
The piano inspiration is more clearly seen inside the cabin, what with the black stitching on white leather surfaces, resembling the notes on a music sheet, and the piano black steering wheel complete with gold accents. This is probably the classiest car ever made anywhere in the world.
Mechanically, the Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Lang Lang has the same 1,200 horsepower W16 quad turbo engine as the record breaking car, capable of catapulting you and your mate from 0 to 100 km/h in just over 2.5 seconds, and onto a top speed of 408 km/h. The price, given the cost of the standard Vitesse, should be something in the neighborhood of 2 million Euros.