Bugatti Veyron Sang Blanc For Sale on Tom Hartley
This particular story starts in 2008, when the VW-owned exclusive brand introduced the special edition version of its Veyron hypercar dubbed the “Sang Noir”. As you’d expect, the black-blooded coupe had a very dark paintjob, and only 15 lucky mortals were lucky enough to own one.
Bugatti also reportedly built one, yes, just one, “Sang Blanc” that was based on the convertible Grand Sport version of the hypercar. It was ordered by a well-to-do customer in Britain, but it’s actually fitted with left hand drive.
The car is now up for grabs on Tom Hartley, has only clocked 448 miles and is in excellent condition. Unfortunately, there is no price on perfection listed on the site, which is just as well, giving regular mortals the chance to dream of owning a Bugatti, and a very rare one at that.
The long options list covers “Black Front Grille, Painted Door Handles, Black Engine Covers, Black Roof Rails, Black Exhaust, iPOD Connection, Reversing Camera, Rear Parking Sensors, Electric Folding Mirrors, Puccini Sound System, Additional Glass Roof, Sport Seats, White Stitching Throughout, Diamond Cut Alloys with Painted Black Centre, Black Brake Calipers.” We don’t know why they are written using capitals, but it makes everything sound so much cooler!
Since this is still a Veyron Grand Sport, it’s still got more cylinders ant turbos that we’d dare to count, and a top speed of... are you sitting down... 252 miles per hour. You’ll never be able to reach that on a British road though!