Well, it did take a loooong while, but Oakley Design Bugatti Veyron finally seems to be ready to hit the streets. The car was first announced August last year as a tuning kit for the Veyron, but it went to become this coachbuilt job as Oakley has modified pretty much every body panel.
Oakley Design Bugatti Veyron is based on a blue 16.4 Veyron which is an early model. What the tuner has done here is replace the original body panels with exposed carbon fiber complemented with yellow doors, bonnet, and fenders, and put an aero kit on as well while they were at it. The Veyron gets a neat new front spoiler, large side skirts, a new rear diffuser and tailpipe arrangement. The car also features new black wheels and, on the finished product, a matching interior.
The whole point of Oakley Design Bugatti Veyron project was to give the car a makeover so the owner wouldn’t feel the need to swap it for a Vitesse or a SuperSport. What they ended up with though is something a lot cooler than all the factory variants of the car.
As mentioned, the wonderful little details on this car, the paint scheme, and the aero kit, they all make this more of a coachbuilt car than a mere tuned version of the original. What’s more, this beast has received a performance upgrade up to 1,145hp and 1580 Nm of torque. What a thing! By: motorward