Superior in every sense, the Bugatti Veyron already has earned itself a name in car history as an undisputed classic. When the Bugatti Veyron was first announced, they said that the supercar would be limited to an exclusive production run of just 300 units. As if the original Bugatti Veyron supercar wasn’t enough, a number of limited edition, super luxurious Veyrons have been rolled out over the years. Hit the jump to see some of the most exotic and expensive Bugatti Veyrons spotted till date.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport
The first build slot for the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport was sold at the Pebble Beach auction in 2008 for a whopping $2.9 million. It was a Targa model with a removable polycarbonate roof. The Grand Sport roadster model boasts a top speed of 253 mph when the roof is in place and 223.7 mph when the roof is stowed away. The highlights are the slightly higher windscreen, stylized daytime running lights, and lightweight and the transparent polycarbonate roof.
Bugatti Veyron Fbg Par Hermes
An upshot of collaboration between Bugatti and Hermès, the Bugatti Veyron Fbg Par Hermes has the “H” logo on all four wheels and “Hermes” engraved on the fuel door. Seen at the Geneva 2008 Motor Show, the Fbg par Hermes, priced at more than $2 million, features hand-cut and stitched leather all around. It flaunts a slightly revised bodywork from other Bugatti Veyron models.
Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero
Done by German tuner Mansory, the Veyron LINEA Vincerò comes with a refined power engine. Exterior modifications include a new front fascia, smaller hood, striking front apron, newly developed side skirts, a diffuser, larger air outlets and new forged wheels. The LED daytime running lights integrated in the front mount add to the overall aesthetics of the supercar. The interiors come with carbon fiber accents (we just love it), leather seating and trim and an LED ambient lighting system.
Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero d’Oro
When compared with the standard Veyron, the Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero d’Oro comes with modified fenders, a shortened bonnet and an enticing front apron. The car’s front features LED daytime running lights and the stylized letter “V” that stands for Vincero. Other highlights include the newly developed side skirts and a new rear diffuser. One outstanding feature of the LINEA Vincero d’Oro ‘s design is the use of carbon fabric with built-in copper threads. The gold work can be seen on the wheels, V-shaped grille, door handles, mirror housings, fuel filler cap, headlight washer nozzles, headlight surrounds and roof. The interior of the car also flaunts gold accents.
Bugatti Veyron Bleu Centenaire
Priced at 1.35 million Euros, the Bleu Veyron Centenaire was unveiled on the occasion of Bugatti’s 100th anniversary. The Bleu Centenaire is being said to have a top speed of 273 mph and it’s done in the company’s famous racing blue color. One of the most captivating features was the matte and glossy applications of the color on its body panels. The car comes painted in sprintblue matte and sprintblue gloss. The interior of the Centenaire is fitted in special “snowbeige” leather with quilting on the seats
Bugatti EB Veyron 16.4 Pur Sang
The special edition Bugatti EB Veyron 16.4 Pur Sang was shown to the media at the Frankfurt Motor show in 2007 and the five units of the special edition were sold within 24 hours of its launch. The 16.4 Pur Sang is based on one of the most famous design elements of the Bugatti heritage - the tow-tone theme. The car flaunts classy pure aluminum alloy and carbon fiber monocoque body. The 1,888kg beauty totes a power-to-weight ratio of 1.88kg/hp and chops off nearly 100kg off the standard Veyron. Both exclusive and highly functional, the “Pur Sang” is priced at 1.4 million Euros.
Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir
The Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir is dedicated to the original Bugatti Atlantique 57S of the 1930s and features a number of new styling elements, namely an all-black exterior with unpainted carbon-fiber panels. Other features include new alloy wheels, aluminum side mirrors and grille surround, black-out headlights and a tan leather and Alcantara interior.
Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Sang Bleu
An exclusive supercar limited to only 20 units, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Sang Bleu flaunts a two-tone color combination, which has been made by combining carbon fiber and aluminum. The rear airscoops are the same as the body color and the wheels come with a Midnight Blue and Diamond Cut finish.
Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Blanc Noir
The Sang Bleu wasn’t enough. The Veyron Grand Sport Blanc Noir was made for a high-end clothier and is done in black and white - a matte white body with glossy black hood, wheels, spoiler, fuel filler cap and more.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport
It’s the latest and the most powerful Veyron to date. The new Veyron 16.4 Super Sport has set a new record for the world’s fastest production car at an amazing 267.81 mph, besting the previous one set by American SSC Ultimate Aero with its 256.12 mph run. It boasts 1,200 horsepower and 1,106 ft lb or torque. The supercar also comes with a modified aero kit. Only 30 Super Sport Veyrons will be put into production, with the first five dubbed World Record Edition having the same mix of orange and black as the record breaker, but the speed will be limited to 257.9 mph.
Gold Bugatti Veyron at Gumball Rally
This golden Veyron took part in the Gumball Rally 2009. The 11th Annual Gumball 3000 Rally (May 1-8, 2009) featured a coast to coast road trip of 3000 miles, from Los Angeles to Miami. This Veyron was wrapped by British decal specialists Raccoon.
Gold Bugatti Veyron from Kuwait
This one is a gold version owned by someone in Kuwait and it’s as enticing as the other limited editions. The Gold Bugatti Veyron gets its juice from the 8.0 W16 64 V engine with four turbochargers. The best part is that it’s not just garage-only as it has been spotted on roads in Kuwait by media and the public.