Build your own Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse

Last month we encouraged you to build your own Ferrari 458 Speciale.  Well nobody does special editions like Bugatti.  Take a special car, then make a thousand special editions.  Profit.  This time you can lose yourself in their latest configurator for the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.  The fastest roadster….in the world.  We’ll show you ours if you show us yours.

Bugatti says that “by uniting the elegance of the Grand Sport and the performance of the Super Sport, it confirms that beauty and intelligence can form a successful symbiosis”.  Ok, I’ll buy that.  Buyers of a car like this may want some of the ridiculous fast of the SS, but need a more refined transport to take them to their Saudi royal family reunion.  Enter the Vitesse which provides a Honda Prelude more power than the mundane “normal” Grand Sport with, wait for it, twelve hundred horsepower.  Crazy.   And you can configure it however you want, and in theory they will build it.  Here is ours.

Outside, I went with a matte graphite grey metallic finish on top with a slightly different shade across the bottom.   I blacked out the front grill, the inlets, the roof rails, bottom plane, and meshes around the car.  Looks pretty mean.

 

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And then I went fucking crazy and did this.

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Build your own Bugatti Grand Sport VitesseSo let’s see what you can come up with!  Vitesse configurator is here.

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