There is no need to pimp out or add onto the Bugatti Veyron supercar, yet, there are those that do it anyway. The $1.5 million Bugatti Veyron has undergone special edition designs by Pur Sang, Sang Noir and Hermes, one-offs like the Mansory Vincero, plus, countless aftermarket add-ons. Rather than just play around with the Veyron, the firm has launched a one-off concept that will actually go up for sale, once the Geneva Motor Show is over.To reclaim the title of fasted production car and celebrate an epic birthday, Bugatti has launched the Bleu Centenaire. Ettore Bugatti founded the luxury marque in 1909 and after 100 years of making history, the firm reminds us that we more to look forward to in the future. The Bleu Centenaire sports more than just a mat and gloss finish, blue paint job. The 8 liter, 16 cylinder quad-turbo Bugatti engine is just plain fast. Athe Centenaire does zero to 60 in 2.4 seconds at a top speed of 275 miles per hour. The Centenaire can produce up to 1,400 horsepower at a lower overall weight than the Veyron. The Bugatti Bleu Centenaire is two-fold. One we have Bugatti to look to in the future and two no one needs to teach the French how to celebrate a birthday.