The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is a car that is superior in every sense of the word and has become touted as a classic. This car has became a head turner as it entered the market by setting the highest record of being the world’s fastest production car at a whopping 267.81 mph and outsmarted its competitors.
The design and technological development of the Veyron 16.4 has been done by Volkswagen, however, the manufacturing of the car is done by Bugatti Automobiles in France.
The Veyron 16.4 has interiors that cater to all the essential aspects of a luxurious car. The clear lines inside are in harmony with the elegance of the car and is done in a rather detailed manner. The finishing of the materials used in the car such as leather and aluminum are of the highest order. A very distinctive allow was particularly prepared to give the aluminum a consistent sheen along with blemish-free leather. The steering wheel, made out of light alloy is artfully made with aluminum spokes and covered with a leather cover. A lot of work went into giving the interiors a sophisticated look from seat heating to the GPS, by incorporating them in a way that would not make them look out of place. The integrated sound system by Burmester provides a great sound experience and complements Bugatti’s high standards.
The principal designer of the Veyron was Hartmut Warkuss, however Jozef Kaban from Volkswagen has primarily designed the exterior under the guidance of Wolfgang Schreiber, the engineering chief of Volkswagen. Multiple customized variants of the model were produced in 2010 and Bugatti gave buyers the choice to customize the colors of the interiors and exteriors through a special application called the Veyron 16.4 Configurator on the company’s website.
This luxurious car has a length spanning 4.47 meters and looks sleek, racy apart from its high power performance capacity. The magnitude of the car is clearly visible by its elegant mid-engine, well-proportioned design and symmetry of structure that makes it look classy. The car is reminiscent of the cars in 1920s and 30s, though it does not have an overpowering retro influence. The double color scheme has been incorporated in this classic car, apart from its flawless paintwork and state of the art technology that Bugatti prides itself in providing its customers.