Pur Sang can be translated two ways, as either "pure blood" which we'll deem as bad, or as "thoroughbred," which we'll let slide. You are looking at the Veyron Pur Sang which sports an all-aluminum body shell, a carbon fiber bonnet cover (plus other scattered bits) and no paint whatsoever. Besides looking rather, well, frigging hot, all the shiny bits shave over 200 pounds off the Veyron's porky more than 2-ton curb weight, making the fastest car in the world even faster. No word on the price increase, but if you have to ask you'll never be allowed back in a Bugatti showroom. Us? We're just happy being alive. One more shot beneath the jump. [Hot images courtesy of Motor Authority]
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Looks like something out of a Jules Verne story.
Plus, considering how much a paint job costs on a Veyron, in a fair world there'd be a price reduction owing to the lack of paint!