-The $3.5 Million Bugatti Veyron Diamond Supercar –
The Mansory Bugatti Veyron Diamond edition was unveiled at the 2018 geneva motor show. This Bugatti Veyron is an unique supercar. It the only Bugatti Veyron Mansory Diamond edition in the world.
This supercar is reskinned in carbon fibre but instead of using traditional carbon cloth, Mansory utilizes a new carbon fabric called Marble Collage. The effect is just extraordinary.
The new body of the Vivere Diamond Edition by Moti consists of modified wings, a shortened hood, a striking front apron, and a new carbon fibre lip for additional downforce.
The suspension is left alone but the cars rides on elegant new forged alloy wheels with slim spokes for improved brake cooling – important in a 265 mph car.
At 3.5 million the car, it’s one of the most expensive cars in the world. Bugatti started to produce the Veyron in 2008 and stopped in 2016. The Bugatti Chiron has replaced the veyron in 2016.
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I jump onboard Emilia Motors’ incredible Mansory Vivere, a custom built Bugatti Veyron made by Mansory with price tag of about $2.5m! Based on the Bugatti Veyron, the Vivere is completely bespoke and limited to 2 units in the world. Aside the aesthetic modifications, the Vivere now produces 1100hp thanks to an ECU modification and finally the W16 engine sounds much better with a full titanium exhaust! In the video you will get to see and hear the car with a series of revs and onboard footages!
Special thanks to Tolga Tarak and Taner Tozan of Emilia Motors, Inc. for making this possible!
Make sure to visit their website for more: http://www.emiliamotors.com