Bare carbon fiber, chrome, French racing blue...Bugatti's done just about everything to the Veyron but plate it in gold. Oops, look like we spoke to soon, as our favorite Orwelian supercar has proven once again that all Veyrons are special, but some are more special than others.

Like the gold-plated Rolls-Royce Phantom DHC, this gilded Bugatti was ordered for delivery to the Middle East. But unlike the myriad Veyrons in the United Arab Emirates, this one has been purchased by a Kuwaiti customer just up the Persian Gulf coast, who reportedly actually drives it in between the occasional $10,000 detailing jobs and storage in a climate-controlled chamber.

Generally speaking, we're not big fans of this particular brand of wretched excess, but as far as gold-plated, seven-figure supercars go, the gold-and-tan combination is relatively tasteful.

[Source: Motor Authority]

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