Grand Sport gets the Storm Trooper look with a high-contrast matte white and gloss black color scheme - or lack thereof.
Remember as a child being told that you're special and unique like a snowflake? Yeah, well we've got a secret for you: so is everyone else. You might say the same about a Bugatti Veyron. With so many color configurations, no two need ever be the same. The big difference here, aside from the obvious, is that while there are about 7 billion people in the world, there are only a few hundred Veyrons. And yet there has been an endless stream of special editions.
There was the Pur Sang, the Sang Noir, Sang Bleu, Sang d'Argent, Sang Blanc…the list goes on, and has now grown by one more. It's called the Blanc Noir (French, in case you hadn't guessed, for White Black), and it's based on the Grand Sport roadster version. Currently on display at the O'Gara Coach Company in Beverly Hills, California, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Blanc Noir (try saying that three times fast) is, like the others that came before, a one-of-a-kind model decked out in Bianco Canopus and black. Special and unique, just like all the others.