There’s something about the look of translucent blue carbon fiber that just does it for me. I’ve been a take-it-or-leave-it kind of guy when it comes to the styling of the Bugatti Veyron, but the Super Sport version in blue carbon fiber definitely pushes the car into my “take it” category. Maybe it’s the simplicity of the finish (since I really can’t stand the tacky two-toned Veyrons) or maybe it’s the finish in conjunction with the wheels, but I really like the styling of this car.
Which is completely irrelevant, since I can’t envision ever having enough cash to justify the purchase of a Veyron, let alone a Veyron Super Sport. The Super Sport is definitely the Veyron to have, since it gives you nearly 200 more horsepower (1,200, up from 1,001 in the “plain” Veyron) and will take you all the way to 258 miles per hour if you can find a road flat and straight enough. Of course it sucks down gas like Charlie Sheen sucks down martinis at that speed, so you won’t go all that far with the fun pedal mashed. On the other hand, you can enjoy your 7.3 second sprints from zero to 124 miles per hour on a somewhat regular basis, which probably justifies the $1.875 million dollar purchase price to some.