Logically, a matte black car in the middle of a sweltering desert climate makes no sense. Why, then, has someone gone and painted their Bugatti Veyron in this sun-absorbing hue? If they wanted something more special than a standard Veyron, they could have ordered up a Pegaso, Hermes, Pur Sang. Nah, this isn't just about exclusivity or suitability: It's about having a badass ride. We want one even more than we want a flat black GT-R. [CarZi]
@no_slushbox: Anything less than 20 years old in flat black just looks like the body panels were replaced with the factory primered ones. The PCH Cougar from yesterday looked just right in flat black. This car looks ike it left the body shop before they got finished.