Nope, we don’t mean the Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir has dressed up as a drag queen or something. It has just taken part in last month’s Shift-S3ctor drag race and acceleration runs. That said, this is a strange enough endeavor for the Bugga to be likened to wearing drag.
You don’t normally see a Bugatti Veyron at a drag strip, challenging cars worth one-twelfth of its price, let alone a limited edition like the Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir.
But it’s a rather magnificent scene nonetheless. The car accelerates like a mad man with that wing pushing its bottom down on the tarmac.
They only made 15 units of the Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir, sold in Europe, the Middle East and the United States.
The main highlights of the car, inspired by the Type 57S Atlantic, include black tinted carbon fibre monocoque, black and carbon body panels, chrome horseshoe grill, hand-stitched, all-leather interior in a mix of Tangerine and Piano Black, all-black front lights, air intakes, filler caps and door-handles, and blue brake calipers. By: motorward