Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
As it turns out, reports on the death of the special edition Veyron have been greatly exaggerated. The Sang Bleu was supposed to be the end of the line, but then the Alsacian auto marque unveiled a trio of special editions for the Persian Gulf. And now another special has been spotted in California.
Called the Blanc Noir, it has apparently been commissioned by the eponymous clothing label. In that respect, it more closely mirrors the birth of the one-off Pegaso edition than the limited-run Fbg par Hermes. The Blanc Noir edition features the removable roof panel of the Grand Sport and, as you might have guessed, is decked out all in black and white: glossy black on matte white, to be specific. Not a bad way to promote a fashion label, all things considered, if a bit of an expensive one.
Gallery: Bugatti Veyron GS Blanc Noir