Bugatti’s made quite a side business out of whipping up super-limited runs of the Veyron and selling them to people with more money than they know what to do with. Their lastest example, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Venet, sticks to that formula pretty well, but tweaks it just a bit.
Instead of covering the car in raw carbon fiber, chrome or gold, Bugatti gave a Veyron to French artist Bernar Venet, who outfitted the 1,000+ horsepower, 252-mph targa with a paintjob covered in mathematical formulas from the Veyron’s development spilling over a rusted metal-looking body. It’s a very cool paint job, and only gets cooler the longer you look at it, as the eye picks out new details with every passing minute. Somebody needs to cop this thing quick. [Shout-out to WorldCarFans!]