Throughout the Bugatti Veyron’s production run, many owners opted for outlandish and bold color schemes. Few, if any, are quick as ridiculous as this ‘Tiffany Edition’ Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.
The car was listed for sale by Romans International in the UK a few weeks ago and has already found a home. Prior to being purchased by Romans, the French hypercar had been kept in storage since new in Hong Kong and has just 310 miles under its belt, all accrued during pre-delivery inspection checks.
What distinguishes this Vitesse from all others produced is the two-tone exterior finish made up of exposed carbon fiber parts with a sickening amount of Tiffany Blue-painted surfaces. The theme continues in the cabin where black and Tiffany Blue leather combine to make a Bugatti unlike any other.
It remains unclear how much the car sold for but the fact that it had never been registered is certainly a plus. As for the car’s unique style, it is difficult to say whether it will be judged favorably or unfavorably by future collectors.
On one hand, personalized exotics have become increasingly popular in recent years and often demand significant premiums over run-of-the-mill alternatives. On the other hand, a color scheme like this will only appeal to a select number of prospective Veyron collectors, ultimately reducing demand for the vehicle if it is ever sold in the future.