Even though Bugatti Veyron is now officially old news, they have made so many different editions of the car, you would still be surprised seeing them out in the real world. Check this one for example, snapped in Beverly Hills the other day. It is quite possibly the meanest looking Veyron we’ve ever seen.
This two-tone Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse – which if the number plate is to believed is an American Bugga and not a visiting Arab, thank you very much! – is specced-up by the owner to look dark and angry, and somewhat stealthy too. It features an Agate Grey body with metallic black roof, bonnet, engine cover, and aprons. The wheels and the air intakes, usually chrome-finished, are also blacked-out, and the windows are heavily tinted for the full effect.
We like how the car’s turned out very much. It’s a refreshing change of course from what we usually see with the Bugatti Veyron, especially those artistic ones with unfathomable graphics and stripes. Kudos to the owner of this car for his, or her, great taste. Dare we say it is the coolest Veyron ever to come out of Molsheim? In our view it is!