One-off Veyron by Mansory features extensive use of gold and carbonfibre

The latest garish creation from Swiss tuning firm Mansory is this one-off Bugatti Veyron, complete with carbonfibre and copper bodywork and a gold interior.

The Mansory Buggati Veyron LINEA Vincerò d'Oro gets a shortened bonnet and new bumper at the front, as well as V-shaped LED headlights.

See the official pics of the Mansory Buggati Veyron LINEA Vincerò d'Oro

Mansory has also added an aerodynamic kit including larger rear air outlets and a new carbonfibre diffuser.

The exterior and interior styling changes are the most striking, however. The polished carbonfibre bodywork has copper thread weaved in, while gold has been used on the wheels, door handles, front grille, front headlight surrounds, roof trim and fuel cap.

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Inside, it gets LED gold mood lighting to give the interior a “golden glow”. The gold theme continues, featuring on the seats, door trims and steering wheel. Carbofibre has been extensively used inside, too.

Mansory has put no price on this one-off Veyron.

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6 August 2010

It appears Marty McFly has already used this car to travel back to Las Vegas, 1978. Whilst there he swapped out the standard interior for something more in-keeping with the period...

6 August 2010

I nearly loss my breakfast and coffee after seeing that!

6 August 2010

Performance is not improved, considering the cost to engineer the Veyron I'd assume that the bodywork alterations do not yield improvements in the car's efficiency, if anything, they are to it's detriment. Plus, it certainly doesn't improve visually (IMO).

6 August 2010

My eyes! My eyes! They are burning! Wow! that is Truly Nasty. I dont suffer from motion sickness? But that interior would make me puke. This is almost as bad as a Merc 560sec that i worked on in Oman (1987),that was pearl white,with a red band all around its waistline, with a red/purple interior, with diamond encrusted dials, and the biggest bodykit ever.


6 August 2010

I saw one of these this morning parked in a disabled bay outside my local Asda - didn't have a disabled badge showing so I keyed it as I went past. That'll teach them!

6 August 2010

It's incredible. Most of us laugh out loud at the vulgarity of gold bathroom taps, but they still find customers - and now this. Where do customers come from? Abroad, obviously, but even so.

6 August 2010

It always amazes me how different people's tastes are across the globe. I would hate to drive around in that, but that really does not make me right.

6 August 2010

Yet another tasteless Mansory creation, No other 'tuner' has such an astonishing ability to make me sick in my mouth.

6 August 2010

[quote underdog]It always amazes me how different people's tastes are across the globe. I would hate to drive around in that, but that really does not make me right.[/quote] Very true.

6 August 2010

Please can we correct the typos.


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