Bugatti Veyron SuperSport Blue Carbon

As you gents may already know, unless you’ve been under an automotive industry news blocking rock, or you don’t own a TV or a computer with an internet connection, Bugatti made a comeback. Assuming you know otherwise you wouldn’t visit our site, I’m not gonna bore you with the history the specs and all the blah-blah surrounding it.

Due to a ‘mine is bigger than yours’ battle they had with American based company Shelby Super Cars Bugatti has decided to up the ante.

Shelby Super Cars built a tupperware-based kitcar with a big engine in about 4 hours and called it SSC Ultimate Aero TT. Guess what?! It  turned out to be  faster than the Veyron (252mph), with a top speed of 256mph. Bugatti’s answer to this piece of plastic was the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport which managed to see  their 256mph and raise it with another 14mph. Bringing the mph pot size to a whoppin’ 270mph.

To celebrate this, Bugatti has built 5 World Record Editions and has reserved an additional 35 slots available for customized SuperSports. Forgive me, I mean 34 slots because one is already built. That’s the whole reason for writing the article. It’s probably the coolest Veyron ever made and there will only be one.

It’s a babe magnet pur sang, or for you guys in the middle east a dress wearing guys magnet. They call it the Bugatti Veyron SuperSport Blue Carbon (HD Video).  All the panels are made out of woven blue carbon fibre. It was recently revealed at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 2010. Just look at it, it’s pure automotive porn.

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