Chrome Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport

A very rare chrome Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport was spotted in Paris, France around October 26, 2010 by Alexsmolik. It features a chrome and burgundy "A/B split" paint scheme, white interior, and is marked with the number "669". Plated to an Arabic country, this Bugatti is a long way from home. It may be part of the yearly Veyron gumball style tour that takes place. Many owners of the Bugatti from various parts of Asia and take trips through Europe and experience a vast driving experience. Driving from UAE, it's nearly an entire coastal road trip as you drive up the Red Sea and around the Mediterranean; perfect time for Bugatti pwnage!

These highways are long, smooth, and in the middle of nowhere. You can really open up a Veyron and make the trip in a pretty short order. Instead of traveling at 70 miles per hour, you travel at 270 miles per hour. It's almost like low level flight, as we are approaching the half speed of sound quickly. I give cars another year or two and we'll have a supercar like the Veyron capable of 300+ mph. Who will make it? Bugatti's off to a good start!

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Source: Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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