Saturday, 8th December 2012
UNIQUE BUGATTI VEYRON STYLING - When it comes to super cars they are all designed, both inside and out, to amaze potential buyers. While all super cars go fast, some more than others, the owners are generally concerned with making a statement that goes beyond the normal everyday fare of vehicles on the road.
Super cars, such as the Bugatti Veyron, certainly look pretty enough but what lies beneath the beautiful exterior paint work and the plush interior fittings is some extremely clever engineering that takes masses of mathematical equations in order to produce a vehicle that performs as it is intended.
In an effort to bring to light the complex mathematical equations involved in producing the Bugatti Veyron, Bugatti thought it might be a good idea to render the equations on the paint work and interior styling. The result is a one-off Bugatti Veyron that is simply stunning to behold. The price tag, for a standard Bugatti Veyron, is a whopping £1.5 million (approx US$2.4 million).
The artist responsible for the concept design was Bernard Venet who in my opinion came up with something that is not only completely unique, but it’s also a novel idea that produced something truly stunning. If only I had the £1.5 million to spare – certainly puts my Ford Fiesta to shame On that note the price tag is what you would pay for a standard Bugatti Veyron; I use standard in a very loose term as there really is nothing standard about such a car. Bugatti has not as yet put a price tag on this one-off creation but you can bet your bottom dollar the vehicle is appreciating even as I write this. One thing is for sure… there are many wealthy individuals out there who would be more than willing to pay handsomely for this unique vehicle.
The design styling has not detracted from the car’s performance and with a blistering top speed of 225 mph, it will certainly leave a number of other super cars out paced and out shone with its styling.
The mathematical equations that make up the styling are not just random mathematical symbols but the actual equations used in producing the super car… now that’s cool.
Well I hope you enjoyed viewing this beautiful creation and I’m sure that many of you, including me, wouldn’t mind being the privileged person who finally gets to own this one off Bugatti Veyron.