It's blue and has lightning bolts all over it. Would you pay more for this?
As rare and expensive as they are, there are still many aftermarket firms cranking out unique alterations of the Bugatti Veyron. And now Gemballa Racing has teamed up with Cam Shaft to give the Veyron Sang Noir even further attention. Cam Shaft took the ultra rare hyper car and gave it a unique laminated chrome foil and some special reflection foil with those nifty thunderbolts throughout the car's body. The Sang Noir edition, released back in 2008, was a limited run of just 15 units.
The 'standard' Sang Noir Edition has an all-black exterior paint job. No changes were made under the hood or the interior, which is covered in bright orange leather. This car, which also happens to be owned by Steffen Korbach, owner of both Gemballa Tuning and Gemballa Racing, is purely meant to be a promotional item for the latter, which is currently set to debut their McLaren MP4-12C GT3.