Bugatti Reveals New Color Schemes For Veyron Hermes

Written by tonks on August 28, 2008

“Garance Red” Hermes VeyronBugatti has been keeping busy what with revealing of the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport and the auction of the first example of the Grand Sport that pulled in $3.2 million. It’s hard to imagine that they would have much time to accomplish much else in such a short time – but this supercar automaker has ‘super’ designers and engineers working for them around the clock.

With that being said you know that we have some news that will put a smile on all our faces. The Hermes edition Veyron has been given more color options to those of you who didn’t actually like the brown and tan paint scheme that it came with. Many of us thought that brown and tan was a tad on the boring side and are happy to accept a more exciting color to one of the fastest and most exclusive supercars.

The unveiling of the new-tint Hermes Veyrons took place at the Quail motorsport gathering on Monterey Peninsula, where Bugatti revealed the four new color schemes available: “indigo blue and vermilion”, “indigo blue and lime green”, ” black and garance red” and “Prussian blue and blue jean”.

The very fancy names that Bugatti has given them makes them sound very intriguining – but in actuality we aren’t entirely sure how these colors look. Of course the fact that there is now a variety to choose from I am sure that many will find a color to their liking.

They all come decked out with the H-pattern grille, eight-spoke wheels, lavish calfskin interior and exclusive package of specially-made Hermes luggage. Bugatti has not released examples of each color – but we did manage to get our hands on the “garance red” Hermes.

Posted Under: Bugatti,Supercars

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