Bugatti has recently announced its plans to produce a new special edition of the iconic Veyron, which will be named the Grand Sport Venet.
According to the car manufacturer, the latest hypercar to wear the Veyron badges on its body will be the so-called Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Venet, which has been made by the carmaker and French artist Bernar Venet. The artist, who is located in New York, was asked by Bugatti to come with something special for the Art Basel Miami Beach, held this week. Bernar Venet managed to complete his part of the deal and, just as you can see in the images posted below, the hypercar is getting many mathematic and scientific formulas on its body, which have been used by the Bugatti engineers for creating the Veyron.
The formulas complete the Veyron Grand Sport Venet’s special look and the theme is continued in the cabin too, where the dashboard panels and the leather trim get a rusted look, and bright orange formulas can be found on the door panels too. The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Venet is powered by the “classic” 8.0 liter W16 turbocharged engine, producing 1,001 HP (746 kW), which is allowing the model to achieve a top speed of 405 km/h (252 mph) or “just” 360 km/h (224 mph) with the roof down.