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Bugatti Veyron by Bijan Pakzad

On April 16th, Bijan Pakzad, an Iranian-born fashion designer died at a hospital in Los Angeles, California, after suffering from a stroke. During his life, he became famous for dressing well-known people, like Carry Grant, Frank Sinatra and today’s most influential person in the world – U.S. President Barack Obama.

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He loved cars and had a generous collection of luxurious limos and supercars that he actually drove on a regular basis. In addition, he teamed up with lots of automakers for special editions. For his latest project, he joined forces with Bugatti for rolling out a special edition based on the company’s 1,001 hp Grand Sport model. His version of the open-top hypercar was finished six weeks ago and comes with a bespoke two-tone theme and other additional goodies.

Source: Carscoop