Back in 2008 Bugatti launched a special edition version of its Veyron supercar dubbed the “Sang Noir”. As its name suggests, the car was finished in a special black paint scheme and only 15 were ever made.
What many may not know is that Bugatti also built a one-off Sang Blanc model based on the open-top Veyron Grand Sport for a customer in the UK, albeit with a left-hand drive configuration.
The special edition Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Sang Blanc is now up for sale and only has 448 miles on the clock.
The car is finished in a matte white pearl exterior finish known as “Bianco Canopus Matt” and has a series of black detailed accessories such as the front grille, door handles, engine covers, roof rail and exhaust tips.
If you’re unfamiliar with the specs of the Veyron Grand Sport, the car is capable of reaching the same 252 mph top speed as the original Veyron when it has its primary roof in place. Speeds of up to 224 mph are still possible with the roof stowed away, though when you install the temporary cloth roof top speed is limited to just 81 mph.