Monday, March 16, 2009

"Bleu Centenaire" sold at the Geneva Motor Show

On the second press day of the Geneva Motor Show the special 100th anniversary Veyron “Bleu Centenaire” was sold at the Bugatti stand.

This extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime car interprets the traditional Bugatti two-tone-scheme using only one colour: the now famous Bugatti blue, albeit the side elements are in “sprint blue matte” and the centre section is “sprint blue glossy”. The roof-trim-stripes and the exterior rear view mirrors are of polished, anodised aluminium, the rims – with a red brake-capillar – were specially manufactured for this model.

The festivities for the 100th anniversary of Bugatti have gotten off to a successful start in Geneva, yet further surprises await at Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este (24 to 26 April) and in Molsheim (12 September). So if you weren’t able to get your hands on the Centenaire, you can look forward to what Bugatti has in store for Villa d'Este.
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