The New Bugatti Legend On The Street
The new Bugatti Veyron Legend versions may do nothing to change the Grand Sport Vitesse'sat present extraordinary performance, but purchasers appear to adore them. Four exceptional models have been revealed so far, and the company has vended out of all of them. At the current 2014 Beijing Motor Show, the manufacturer of supercars has presented the fifth new Legend known as the Black Bess.Photo 1: BUGATTI
Nothing like the preceding models, this Legend is motivated by a precise car, rather than an individual. Black Bess was the title of a specific Bugatti Type 18 possessed by well-known French pilot Roland Garros. With seven specimens manufactured from the years 1912 to 1914, the model 18 was a superb car in its time. It modelled a 99-horsepower, 5.0-liter capacity and four-cylinder engine which could extend to 100 miles per hour. Although trivial today, it was an astounding performance by existing standards.Photo 2: The New Bugatti Legend On The Street
The current Black Bess packets the company’s Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse's powerful 1,184-hp generating quad-turbo W16 engine, and it attires gorgeous, black paint using 24-carat gold intonations. The interior has an amalgamation of beige, red and brown leather, but its actual attractions are the hand-painted panels on the leather door that portray the Type 18 in addition to Roland Garros' aircraft. As is the trend with all the Legends, the Black Bess version will be limited to a meager three cars only, which will be sold at an astounding price of 2.97 million dollars and why not when the car is such a beauty.