Monday, February 21, 2011
Bugatti Veyron Pur Sang
Equally consistent is the use of the aluminium panelling. This lends shape and a unique body sculpture to the car, covering the wheels in a muscular and powerful expression by way of elaborately shaped fenders. Highly polished, these perfectly tensioned shapes strongly visualize the fascinating surface reflections that define every Veyron. The balanced graphic appearance is also visible when looking down onto the car from above. These qualities take on a distinct appearance - almost like that found in a Mondrian painting.
As its pur sang label suggests, this individualised customer car shares the same kind of DNA as that of classic cars from the Bugatti past: the "Atalante", the Type 55, the Type 41 "Royal" all had an unmistakeable and characteristic graphic signature. It is this precise division of performance components and body panelling - in this form - that makes the EB 16.4. Veyron "Pur Sang" unique in the supercar world.
Posted by Arslan Ali