This Is As Close As You May Ever Get To A Bugatti "Hellbug"

Limited Edition

A true masterpiece.

This summer we were absolutely blown away when we saw footage of an incredible Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse L'Or Rouge "Hellbug" tearing down Idaho’s Highway 75 at 235.7 mph. Only two of these limited Bugattis exist in the world and each one is powered by a 1,200-hp 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 powerplant. The video of Hellbug flying down the empty road like a jet was an especially rare and spectacular sight to behold. The car is simply a masterpiece and a perfect synthesis of beautiful design with cutting edge engineering.

Now, thanks to car spotter DLMphotos, we have an exquisite close up look at this incredibly beautiful hypercar. For many of us, this may be the closest that we ever get to such a limited Bugatti.

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