Seeing this version of the Veyron, or any Bugatti’s model, live on public roads, enriches the senses and causes a rush of emotions, but this is a unique collaboration arose from the incredible cult producer and the French artist Bernard Venet.
Popular spy of automotive industry Jeroen who possesses incredible ability to encounter the rarest and most unique car models in the world, accidentally stumbled on an unusual Bugatti Grand Sport Venet, while at work, of all places.
Dozens of mathematical and scientific formulas – the same ones used by engineers of the brand when developing the Veyron – cover car which has a similar finish rusty metal, which is otherwise very common theme of Venet’s art, while such material conveys a sense of industrial sustainability, as he himself likes to say.
Venet is a conceptual artist based in New York who was tapped by Bugatti back in 2012 to create a special edition of the already rather unique Veyron. The car was exhibited at Art Basel Miami Beach when it was first unveiled and has popped up here and there since. It is not known who the Veyron’s current owner is, although Jeroen spotted the car in the Netherlands.
This lucky guy said that the Grand Sport Venet was brought to the Netherlands for the official introduction of the new Bugatti Chiron to the market.