At first glance, this Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport appears to be one of those special chrome-clad customs giving off a series of strange, wavy reflections from a series of overhead lights. Upon closer inspection, however, that's not the light playing tricks on you – it's the two-tone finish, which looks like it's been spread across the Veyron L'Or Blanc by a cake baker's frosting knife.

This one-off "white gold" Grand Sport is the result of Bugatti working with Germany's Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur, a centuries-old porcelain producer based in Berlin. In addition to the special two-tone paint, pieces of ceramic trim have been fitted to the car's exterior, and the fragile, creamy white stuff is slathered inside of this €1.65 missile, too.

The Veyron L'Or Blanc was first shown in late June at KPM's operations before being brought to America for display at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering in Monterey.

No word yet on whether this particular car has found a buyer, but given Bugatti's penchant for creating a seemingly endless stream of "limited-edition" Veyrons, we're confident they'll find a way to build you one if you flash them enough cash.


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      Dan
      • 3 Years Ago
      Just as bad as the purple Rolls-Royce. However, I never had any respect for Bugatti to begin with, as far as their designs go, so no great loss. Although, I think I would drive the purple Rolls before ever stepping within a mile of this wreck.
        harbour
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Dan
        Dan -- Remember this is not Bugatti. This is another VW version of a bugatti, it is not of the original company in any way. The original monsieur Bugatti would never have allowed anything as vulgar as this to be produced, little less go out the door. As stated by AB/AOL, "This one-off "white gold" Grand Sport is the result of Bugatti (VW) working with Germany's Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur."
      Karl T
      • 3 Years Ago
      'Tacky' would be a good word for that car.....
      Krishan Mistry
      • 3 Years Ago
      "Yes, that's not paint you're looking at, it's ceramic, and the creamy white stuff is slathered inside-and-out of this €1.65 missile." Anyone know where I can buy a special edition Bugatti Veyron for only €1.65 ($2.36)? I dont know what all you haters are saying about it being overpriced...that's 424 horsepower per dollar!
        Dan
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Krishan Mistry
        Well, it does look like something Hot Wheels would do, so maybe the price is correct!
      notafan
      • 3 Years Ago
      I just poked my eyes out.
      JR
      • 3 Years Ago
      This is a no comment.
      Douglas Harry
      • 3 Years Ago
      The Bugatti Veryon is the new Mustang. Almost as many special editions.
      Tim
      • 3 Years Ago
      Upon first glance, I thought it was another one of those super reflective chrome Veyrons that screams "My father owns an oil empire", and it was just reflecting all that light into the camera. And if my father really did own an oil empire, I would rather go with the trademark Bugatti blue and move on with my life.
      Dan Quasney
      • 3 Years Ago
      Maybe Bird Man could afford this one instead.
      razrrick13
      • 3 Years Ago
      "Bugatti Veyron L'Or Blanc drips exclusivity" and screams "I have a small weiner, but a lot of money" too.
      Shiftright
      • 3 Years Ago
      This proves too many filthy rich people are morons
      Adam S.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Beautiful car. It's a shame that the guy who took the photographs couldn't even photoshop out the dust spots on his camera sensor....
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Adam S.
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          Adam S.
          • 3 Years Ago
          Everyone has their own opinion. :shrug:
          • 3 Years Ago
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      Krishan Mistry
      • 3 Years Ago
      Although I am not particularly fond of the Veyron, it is undeniably the king of the automobile. Koenigseggs, Paganis, Lamborghinis are all more exciting and are more likely to decorate my wall with posters, but the Veyron is royalty. If I see a Veyron on the road, I will half expect an entire lane to be reserved for it and covered with red carpet, not for the driver, who nobody cares about, but for the car itself. The only recent car to match the Veyron in terms of prestige is the Mclaren F1. But these pointless special editions are ruining the whole thing. They look fake and cheesy and shallow. There are only what, 450 Veyrons that will ever be produced? And each one can be personalized in any remote way? So why have 50 special editions that only differ in their body shell colour and maybe the leather inside? Leave it as Veyron, Grand Sport, and Supersport, and let the billionaire buyers worry themselves about ghastly colour combinations and eye searing chrome look. It reminds me of all the royal family and related wearing stupid hats and costumes at Will and Kate's over dramatized wedding. It's not a costume party, nor is it Halloween.
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