From a variety of two-tone color theme specials to even more exotic examples like the one featuring porcelain fittings, Bugatti has made sure that no two Veyrons are alike.
The Molsheim, France based carmaker continues this tradition with the presentation of yet another bespoke Veyron, this time a 1,200PS Grand Sport convertible designed by renowned French sculptor Bernar Venet.
The artist paid tribute to the science behind the Veyron by applying a film with a mathematical formula calculating the power of the Bugatti engine on the car itself, both on the outside and the interior of the partially open-top model.
As most Bugatti Veyron models, the Bernar Venet edition features a two-tone color theme that extends to the wheels and the cabin.
"A Bugatti is already a work of art in itself, one that transports both its beholder and its driver into new dimensions of reality. I realized how I could translate my passion for mathematical equations and scientific treatises into three-dimensional form," explained Bernar Venet.
"My works are usually self-referential. So I found the idea of translating the equations of the Bugatti engineers onto the bodywork of the car very appealing. It was, so to speak, a logical conclusion and a new challenge in terms of the specific form of collaboration and implementation. To me, the result is also exceptional when measured by artistic standards and bestows the object with a mythical character," he added.
This one-of-a-kind Veyron Grand Sport will be on display at the Rubell Family Collection in Miami during the Art Basel Miami Beach from December 6 through 9.