Bugatti, in a quest to produce what they call the “fastest artwork ever,” enlisted the help of French conceptual artist Bernar Venet, and came up with the Veyron Grand Sport Venet.
The main inspiration for this custom Veyron is math, but specifically the mathematical formulas that were used to design the car. A rusted metal color was used for the numbers, which stands out further thanks to an all-black backing. The theme continues inside the car where the formulas adorn the door panels while the dash panels and leather share the same rusted metal color.
Bugatti put the car together to be displayed at the Art Basel Miami Beach art show, taking place this week.