There is no argument that the Bugatti Veyron is one of the most instinctive and distinctive supercars of our time. When it launched back in 2005, it was the most powerful production car in the world. The Chiron has however taken over with its 1,500-hp Chiron.
As if having only 270 examples of the original 16.4 Veyron all over the globe wasn’t enough, owners could have German customizer Masonry put more muscle to the already gifted car. In the end, we have a bold, striking understandably expensive and very stunning car.
Among modifications on the Veyron are the wings, a shorter hood and a change on the front fascia which was given integrated LED daytime running lights. Remember the entire front is stylized “V” in a bid to pay homage to the vehicle’s series.
A set of new and larger air outlets and side skirts enhances the car’s cooling system. Then there is a new diffuser and two air intakes, working closely to create a seamless integration of all these carbon-fiber components.
When all is said and done, exclusivity, like found on this Bugatti, comes at a price. This notwithstanding, someone was willing to pay whatever it takes to own and retain one of the world’s most pricey possessions.
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