Back in 2008 Bugatti launched a special edition version of its Veyron supercar dubbed the Sang Noir. As its name suggests, the car was finished in a special black paint scheme and only 15 were ever made. What many may not know is that in 2010, Bugatti also built a one-off Sang Blanc model based on the open-top Veyron Grand Sport for a customer in the UK, albeit with a left-hand drive configuration, and just one year later is on sale for an unrevealed price.
Contrasting the matte white pearl exterior are some black detailed accessories including the front grille, brake calipers, door handles, engine covers, roof rail and exhaust tips. Additional super-luxury features found in the Sang Blanc model include the contemporary touch of its iPod connection, reversing camera, electric folding mirrors, parking sensors and the supercar’s state-of-the-art Puccini audio system. Other noteworthy features include the car’s dashing sporting seats; and its diamond cut alloy wheels which are outfitted with a black accented center.
Having run only 448 miles, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Sang Blanc boasts a 7993 cc W16 engine with a total of 1001hp at 6,000 rpm. The car race up to 217 mph.
Asking price is available only upon request, though you can bet that seven-figure line of credit will evaporate as quickly as this car accelerates.