The Bugatti L’Or Blanc is a one-off specimen of porcelain supercar perfection. That was back when the world made sense and there was just one. They mentioned that more could be made, and now there is the Bugatti L’Or Style. Why does it annoy me? It is certainly not the ridiculously cool red and black pattern.
The Bugatti L’Or Style is a Vitesse and is actually quite striking. I cannot decide why it bothers me so much that there are now two porcelain ladies–perhaps because it removes some of the hard-earned notoriety from the L’Or Blanc. The name Style is also fairly uninventive. Nonetheless, there are quite a number of Bugatti Veyrons on the roads today and just a tiny percentage are special edition numbers capable of rolling by a standard version and inciting a blush. The Bugatti Veyron L’Or Blanc is among those special cars that have the power to overpower.
Founder Ettore Bugatti enjoyed introducing new materials into his luxury vehicles. The brand has carried on that passion through their work with German Porcelain professionals Königliche Porzellan-Manufatur Berlin (KPM), among others. The merging of minds led to a Bugatti that is literally a porcelain doll. She has handcrafted porcelain touches in all the right places and a bedazzling exterior that announces her presence. In the end, there are now two and there could be more in the future.
Watch the proud new owner take delivery of the Bugatti L’Or Style in the clip above. She is a $3 million dollar stunner.
The clip above describes the process of using porcelain touches on a supercar. If you like how-its-made types of shows, it is a short satisfier.
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