Spotted: Matte Black/Purple Bugatti Veyron in St. Tropez

Spotted Matte Black Purple Bugatti Veyron in St. Tropez

Next to London, Monaco, Paris and Marbella, St. Tropez is the place to be spotting the latest supercars from Europe and Arabia. Following our post this morning about the chrome red RRR Veyron, we can now show you a second Bugatti Veyron finding its way around the French Riviera.

The pictures show an unique combination between matt black and matt purple. The photos were made by Hampus Ljunggren, while the hypercar was parked in front of Hotel La Reserve in St. Tropez.

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Published: July 23, 2011 10:50 pm

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9 Comments

  1. Da Costa says:

    I saw this car in person, is high, (do not speak English properly)

  2. Luke says:

    That’s a worthy overkill, not a green TT-RS. This is so ugly…I’ll have to invent a new word to describe how disgusting this looks.

  3. UAE_HP says:

    This car belongs to the crown prince of Bahrain if im not mistaken. Not exactly ‘nice looking’ but ive seen worse.

  4. Julle85 says:

    Ugly as hell…..

  5. Deege says:

    Merde! Merde! Merde! Merde! Merde! Merde! Merde! Merde!

  6. Jordan says:

    I like that it’s different… But it’s still ugly.

  7. Authority Figure says:

    Hmm. It looks as terrible as the red wrap. To each his own.

  8. avalancher says:

    St Tropez is not next to London, Monaco, or whatever, to show your supercar, because that means you dont have a yacht (which, by the way, you never EVER call a “yacht”, but a “boat”, a “ship” or a “bateau”), and you’ll be nothing more than a peasant in sandals (maybe a rich peasant in sandals if it’s a bugatti).

    Of course your “boat” can have a crane to upload your supercar from the dockside, but that would mean you’re moored on the “large ship” area of the haven (on the far right, where nobody sees you), when you HAVE to be anchored in front of Sénéquier (where your “bateau” can’t be more than 45 meters long and where you can’t crane from the rear).

    So, my personal advices are:
    - Never bring your supercar to St Tropez, it’s useless.
    - Never anchor your “floatation device” in the harbor but in the bay (for security reasons since you’re so obscenely rich).
    - Never ever wear sandals (everybody goes barefoot on über expensive floatation devices).

  9. Kris says:

    Spotted! This is a good title. Suits much better than ‘overkill’.