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Gemballa Racing has released pictures of this stunning Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir with a bright blue car wrap that was done by the company Cam Shaft. The wrapping specialist has done a great job with past cars, and this one is no different. This Bugatti Veyron is going to be a promotion car for Gemballa Racing, and features glow in the dark lighting strikes in the wrap, along with Gemballa logos throughout. While there were no performance parts installed, simply because the car doesn’t need it, Gemballa will use this Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir to grab the enthusiasts attention at the race events like the German ADAC GT Masters Series this weekend.
At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti has released the latest Veyron varaint called the Grand Sport Vitesse. This amazing super car is claimed to be fastest roadster in the world, without tuning of course. We recall the standard Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport was limited to 217 mph. The new Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse received four larger turbochargers to give it 1,200 horsepower and 1106 lb-ft of torque, capable of reaching 229 mph from the factory. Now just wait until some tuning companies get their hands on this beast. That is, if anyone is crazy enough to modify a 2-3 million dollar super car.
It’s hard to say that the chrome car wraps are catching on, but check out this TAM and Dartz tuned Bugatti Veyron that has been wrapped in red chrome. It actually looks stunning in the sun and with the rays reflecting, it changes from a red to orange look with the chrome finish. The initial tuning job for the chrome wrap was performed by TAM Auto Engineering in Dubai, however the Dartz tuners have their hands on it now in France. The Bugatti Veyron also appears to have wheels that have been wrapped, some interior upgrades, and of course the chrome red skin covering the exterior. Tell us what you think in the comment section below!
Most people on this site would kill to own a Bugatti Veyron, but when reality sets in, it’s just not going to happen. That’s when the Bugatti Veyron replica car builders come to play, and this two million dollar Bugatti Veyron now has a cheap price tag. Well not exactly cheap at 89,000 USD, but a fraction of what it would cost to own a real Bugatti Veyron. This replica car was built on a 2002 Mercury Cougar with a V6 and automatic transmission. Only major problem I see is the car having 112,000 miles! It will probably need a new engine swap and suspension soon, however a potential new owner will have the body work, 20-inch wheels, angel eye HID headlights, LED taillights, functional gas cap, and power windows with working mirrors. The eBay seller says the interior is still in progress but very close to being ready for upholstery. We’ll keep our eye on this one and see how it turns out. You can check the listing here.
The car wrap specialists from SkinzWraps had this Bugatti Veyron on display, which was a collaboration project between them and the Epson printer ink company. The design you can see here is beyond wild, and goes to show that any type of skin for your car is possible. All you have to do is send them your idea and they can come up with a wrap to fit your car perfectly. The company even has a new FastSkinz vehicle wrap material that is said to make cars more efficient. Supposedly, these skins reduce drag to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions. We’ll just have to see how this forms over the next couple years. Maybe all future production vehicles will be wrapped instead of painted, who knows?
At the VW Ehra-Lessien proving ground, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport has set the new production car land speed record with a smashing number. Hitting 267 mph, the new Bugatti world record thrashed the previous 256.23 mph time set by the SSC Ultimate Aero in Nevada back in 2007. Beating the previous world land speed record by 11 mph is unbelievable, but then again, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is an amazing sports car. So, what exactly were the improvements to this Bugatti that previous models were left without?
After several pictures and a made up story of how this 1.6 million dollar Bugatti Veyron crashed in to a lake, we now have video proof of the accident! The owner, Andy House claimed that he was distracted by a low flying pelican that caused him to crash into the lake. This video shows no evidence of a pelican, and an updated report claims that he had dropped his cell phone. Hmm…the whole story is ironic because Andy House owns Performance Auto Sales in Lufkin, Texas and the company specializes in repair and restore of crashed exotics! Is it possible he did it on purpose for some extra promotion of his company? I highly doubt it since the Bugatti Veyron is one of the most expensive cars in the world. Hit the jump for the video and aftermath pictures.
Vincero is the name of the latest car modified by refining specialist Mansory, an incredible project based on a Bugatti Veyron. Veyron was already one of the most powerful cars in the world and it’s stock version sets standards in terms of price, top speed and engine power leaving every competitor far behind. But Mansory wanted to make a unique version of this car and they prepared a lot of visually changes for this Bugatti. The front side of this car received a comprehensive face lift with modified wings, a shorter hood and an aggressive front apron with LED daytime running lights. A special “V” on the front side of the car draws even more attention to this car and brings a special tribute to the name Vincero. The new side skirts connect the two sides of this car visually and aerodynamically.
Mansory hasn’t revealed any information about their latest project: a modified Bugatti Veyron Vincero but the exotic car dealer Prestige Cars from United Arab Emirates already posted this car for sale. According to them only three examples have been built. From the pictures we can see that the Veyron-based Vincero features a carbon fiber hood and engine cover, an awesome paint job that’s perfectly matched with a set of black alloy wheels and a lot of other carbon fiber elements. The car’s interior was also improved a lot and “luxury” is a word too small to describe the comfort from this ride. The guys from Mansory reupholstered the interior in black and white with carbon fiber trim.