Last year Bugatti joined forces with French artist Bernar Venet, who created a unique painted version of the Veyron Grand Sport. The one-off model joins a long list of special limited edition Veyrons, and it isn’t the first time a big name has worked with Bugatti.
According to the company, French-born artist Venet was chosen because 'his approach is radically different' from the previous art cars in the past, and create something truly unique. The one-off Veyron features a rather special paintjob, which is made up of various different mathematical equasions derived from the Bugatti Veyron project itself.
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The Veyron, which according to the French artist is a work of art on its own, is currently being displayed at the Ace Gallery in Los Angeles alongside his various other pieces. Veyron appreciators will be glad to hear that admission to the exhibition is free.
Bugatti is expected to reveal another special edition Veyron soon; next in the line of the Heroes of Bugatti series. Current rumours suggest that the next model might be named after Rembradt Bugatti, Ettore Bugatti’s younger brother.