Video: One-off Bugatti L’Or Blanc Encounters Rare LaFerrari and Backs Into It

LaFerrari Bugatti crash

In what could be humorously described as a territorial dispute, the exquisite one-of-a-kind Bugatti L’Or Blanc backed into a precious LaFerrari. It seems that the streets of Paris can be a rough-and-tumble place for a supercar. The unfortunate incident was captured on video for the world to view and cringe. View the LaFerrari Bugatti crash below:

Watch it go down in the short clip above:

Bugatti Veyron L’Or Blanc: The most delicate of supercars is a street bully? 

The Bugatti Veyron and the LaFerrari are placed at the top of the list in terms of most expensive and exclusive rides in the world. The chances of seeing the two nearly mythical beasts next to each other are slim, making the encounter that much more shocking. The LaFerrari comes with a price tag exceeding the million-dollar mark, with a list of wannabe buyers as long as a Monday workday. The one-off Bugatti Veyron L’Or Blanc is a special edition slice of glamour featuring delicate porcelain from a rather exclusive firm, and is also well north of the million dollar pricing bracket. Porcelain is not as potent as Kevlar and other materials used in armored vehicles, so why this driver opted to plow into reverse without triple-checking remains a mystery. He seems to just pull onto the road without a care and carry on about his day. read more

Abandoned Bugatti Veryon Discovered in Russia

abandoned Bugatti Veyron

While discovering ditched exotic sports cars is not unheard of, an abandoned Bugatti Veyron certainly is. It seems a Veyron was simply left and forgotten somewhere in Russia, leaving much speculation about how the mighty beast met with such a fate.

Russia is filled with insane automotive tales, some involving brazen thefts and stunts, but an abandoned Bugatti Veyron? Ludacris! The photo above shows the grisly aftermath of the event. (Photo credit: Istvan Mera on Facebook).

The sticker on the Bugatti Veyron was reported to read “Autolehmann”, a very successful dealership in the area where the abandoned car was discovered. It is rumored that the Veyron was involved in an accident back in 2013, when it was rear-ended by an Aston Martin. But was it actually cheaper to just ditch the Veyron rather than repair it, and does the dealership actually have infinite amounts of money? The first issue that comes to mind would be insurance hassles and frustration, though it is not confirmed that it is the same vehicle. read more

Antique Bugatti Type 57C Up for Auction at Bonham’s

Bugatti Type 57C

There is an antique Bugatti Type 57C cabriolet featuring coachwork by Gangloff hitting the auction block at Bonham’s on May 31st. It is a 1938 Type 57C, which is quite a desirable era for collectors of the badge. While the award-winning Bugatti Veyron line and all of the special editions are arguably faster–the value of certain older models remains a bit higher than the new siblings and will only continue to hold their worth.

The sale is scheduled for May 31st, 2015 at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich, Connecticut. read more

A Hidden Bubble Speeds to the Surface: The Bugatti Veyron Cristal Edition

Amid all of the fuss surrounding the final Bugatti Veyron produced, the Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale, a gem was missed that has finally risen to the surface: The Bugatti Veyron Cristal Edition. The Cristal Edition is also a Grand Sport Vitesse Veryon, and was commissioned by a Chinese collector for his girlfriend, who took delivery of the pristine pink beast back in January. The event remained quite secret until it hit the interwebs recently!

Paris Hilton must be seething with envy: The pink accents on the Bugatti Veyron Cristal Edition are enough to win any woman’s heart. This is certainly not an ordinary gift! read more

How It Is Made: The Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron

Now that the production run of 450 Bugatti Veyron supercars has come to a halt with the very last unit sold, let us take a look at how the car is made. With a price range starting at a cool million USD–some considerable steps are taken to ensure the perfect beast. How the 1,001 horsepower, 263+ mile per hour Bugatti Veyron monster is made:

  • The Veyron has a production process that is unique to the model, with many steps designed and engineered specifically for a prescribed and unprecedented result.
  • While some parts are made in Germany and elsewhere, the car is built in Volkswagen’s Salzgitter plant. It is among the largest factories on the planet, but the Veyron is handcrafted in but a small space.
  • The magic begins with the special 16-cylinder engine, which is a pair of V8 engines mated together.
  • Each titanium, aluminum and aerospace-grade stainless steel component is hand delivered in custom sealed containers to prevent damage.
  • The carbon fiber cockpit surrounds passengers for strong protection—which is important when you consider that just 14 bolts hold the front and rear of the hypercar together. Each bolt is hand crafted and takes up to 5 weeks to complete. With any hope, even Chuck Norris could not break one.
  • With so much screaming power, it takes a full 10 radiators to keep the Veyron cool. Each unit is meticulously Dyno tested and driven 300 miles to ensure success and safety before meeting their owners.
  • But how to make all that speed stop? The Veyron boasts handmade carbon ceramic brakes capable of withstanding up to 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit. The brakes alone are no match for the car, however, so the rear wing activates to slow the car.


  • It takes a full week and a full force to make just one Bugatti Veyron supercar engine.
  • Aside from the many man-hours spent elsewhere on the assembly front, it takes 3 days to make the 250-part fuel tank.
  • Because no existing tires were a match for this monster–Michelin created some. They made a set for the road and one for the track, but that was not going to cut it for VW, who asked for a set capable of performing on both.
  • While a regular old tire can be made in a minute, it takes about an hour to make a Veyron tire…and far less to burn one up! Each set of wheels costs around $18k.
  • Overall: The Bugatti Veyron gets an impressive 3 miles per gallon and runs completely out of gas in 12 minutes. Hey, she is a thirsty lady.

Let’s wrap this up with some fun facts: Every Veyron is then driven 300 miles to ensure that the work was done properly.

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Bugatti Veyron La Finale: The Final One is Sold

The very last Bugatti Veyron has been sold. Named the Bugatti Veyron La Finale, she was the final unit the 450 car production run that spanned over a decade. True to form, the brand has been dragging out the closing of the Veyron chapter in dramatic fashion. Who can blame them–goodbyes are never easy!

According to Bugatti brand president Wolfgang Duerheimer: “An unprecedented chapter in automotive history has reached its climax. Even 10 years after its market launch, the Veyron remains unique in many respects.” read more

Most Expensive Exhaust System? For Bugatti Veyron, Of Course!

Most would gasp audibly at the idea of shelling forth approximately $41k for an exhaust system for their car. That theory is somewhat altered when the car in question is the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse and the exhaust is one specially crafted by aftermarket gurus at QuickSilver. Is this the most expensive exhaust system? Let us know if you see one demanding more!

The tuners at QuickSilver are offering a specialty exhaust system for the Veyron Vitesse crafted with exquisite titanium to deliver what is promised to be a distinctively robust and aggressive acoustic in comparison to the standard. It would certainly seem that this is an aftermarket tuner quite comfortable in their abilities—nothing else explains the comfort in attempting to make improvements on such a top-notch machine. Take a listen to the video below and decide how the exhaust sounds in comparison to the standard: read more

Last Bugatti Veyron to Bid Adieu in Geneva

Last Bugatti Veyron

Most automotive brands utilize the annual Geneva Motor Show to introduce new models. Bugatti will be staging the farewell of the long-running Veyron at the illustrious gathering this year. The end of the Bugatti Veyron marks a bittersweet point for the brand, leaving fans saddened at the departure and in suspense for a successor.

When the Bugatti Veyron first emerged, it was with the plan to produce 450 units. Because the beast is so grand and powerful, it is one expensive piece of machinery. Million-dollar-plus supercars do not sell as quickly as their underlings for obvious reasons, and there is but a select and exclusive market for them as such. It took a decade for the company to unload all 450 units of the Bugatti Veyron, and the final car will wave goodbye in Geneva, fittingly. read more

Exquisite 1993 Bugatti EB110 GT Hits the Auction Block

1993 Bugatti EB110 GT

A very special and rare Bugatti is apparently still up for grabs. The 1993 Bugatti EB110 GT is listed on RM Auctions with a date of January 15th, 2015 and no sale has been displayed. The blue beauty is taunting buyers with an asking price of $575,000-$775,000.

RM Auctions sold another 1993 EB110 GT in 2014 for $317,000 in Monaco. This version is listed much higher, and could be an indicator of why she has failed to net a buyer. Less than 150 units of this model were made, and they were crafted back in an elegant and special era for the Bugatti brand. The era was the time of the Bugatti Automobili SpA, established in 1987 and admitting defeat in 1995 because it takes more than just talent to stay afloat while selling very expensive supercars in very limited runs—it takes a miracle. The Bugatti Automobili Spa era was started by Romano Artioli as a movement to restore the glory to the nameplate. Where that method failed, Volkswagen has succeeded in serving as a parent to the exclusive Bugatti badge. read more

Fast Fashion: Ralph Lauren Watch Inspired by a $40 Million Dollar Car

Ralph Lauren Skeleton watch

Check out the Ralph Lauren Skeleton watch, inspired by the $40 million dollar 1938 Bugatti 57SC Atlantic coupe. The exquisite beauty of such an iconic car can stop time, so the watch is there to keep it. Famed fashion designer Ralph Lauren also designs rather fashionable luxury watches inspired by exotic sports cars. Lauren also happens to own an extensive luxury car collection.

Ralph Lauren is known for both is exotic car collection and limited edition luxury watch offerings inspired by them. Lauren’s latest stimuli have been exotic automobiles from throughout the 20th century. This Skeleton watch is intended to bring to mind the detailed dash of the 1938 Bugatti 57SC Atlantic coupe with its Amboyna burl wood and stainless steel. read more