Sadly, the last of the groundbreaking Bugatti Veyrons has just been sold this week, ending the very exclusive 300 production run of a vehicle that represents one of the greatest engineering feats in modern automotive history. As a final exclamation point on the truly landmark vehicle, Bugatti has teamed up with Berlin’s Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (Royal Porcelain Manufacturer) to create the “L’Or Blac”, or “White Gold” — the first car ever to incorporate fine porcelain into its body and cabin. Although fully functional, the one-off Grand Sport (the topless version of the Veyron) is considered an artistic piece, and has the pricetag to match: it’ll cost you $2.4 million (€1.65 million) to drive the world’s fastest piece of chinaware. Just don’t bump the curb while parking, I can’t imagine what it would cost to replace a porcelain quarter panel.

via Autoblog

One Response to “Bugatti “L’Or Blac” Veyron: The World’s Fastest Supercar, Decked Out In Porcelain”

  1. Hypersky says:

    White gold would be L’Or Blanc, not Blac. You’re missing the “n”.

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