Yet another special edition Bugatti Veyron has hit the scene–but at least this time it is a Super Sport version. Introduced in Hong Kong, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport Merveilleux Edition was created to pay homage to the record winning Bugatti Veyron Super Sport and will be a one-off car. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport Merveilleux
The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport held the coveted title of ‘World’s Fastest Production Car’ from 2010 until this year, when it was smoked by the Hennessey Venom GT. Follow link to view official details on the Guinness World Records webpage. The Veyron Merveilleux Edition will be based on its namesake and feature a hot carbon fiber physique with racy blue accents to ensure it is instantly distinguishable from the standard Super Sport, which boasts a unique black on orange scheme that draws to mind Halloween Jack-o-lanterns. Many will consider the blue and carbon fiber quite a step up for the exterior of the Veyron Super Sport.
Enough carbon fiber to make anyone drool.
The blue cockpit is rather dashing.
Other distinguishing cues for this one-off Veyron include the NACA ducts located on the roof and the cockpit, which is loaded with blue. It is likely going to pack the same W16 quad turbocharged beast of an engine, which produces a staggering 1,200 horses and 1,100 pound-feet of torque. The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport held the fastest production car title from the very year it was introduced and has an electronically limited top speed of 258 miles per hour. The Veyron won the record by achieving 267.8 miles per hour with the electronic limiter disengaged, a fact that later led to some controversy. The record was revoked and then reinstated by Guinness, after many argued that it should not hold the record as ‘Fastest Production Car’ when it is not sold in its fastest production form. That storm eventually blew over and the storm that is Hennessey blew in later to claim the title.
Overall, the Veyron Merveilleux Edition will serve as a fine nod to the achievements of the Super Sport, and likely end up in a museum rather than on the streets.
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