Most things made out of porcelain tend to be extremely delicate: decorative ware and kitchen ware, China dolls, and veneers are among many things made from the fragile material. Porcelain is not meant to go at fast speeds by any means, except, that is, if it’s on a Bugatti. Whether you liked it or not, the porcelain Bugatti Grand Sport Veyron that we reported on probably caught your eye.
Fortunately, the L’Or Blanc isn’t completely made of porcelain so it can play hard. Only non-structural pieces like the EB badge on the rear, wheel badges, and fuel filler cap on the exterior are made of the delicate material, but it’s a different story inside. Porcelain panels and a delicate dish at the top of the center console embellish the interior, and in case of too much rough play, the porcelain pieces do conform to automotive safety regulations, so passengers wouldn’t be sliced to bits in the case of an accident.
The blue and white lines on the exterior flow meticulously along the body and represent the serpentines of the Italian Stelvio Pass, the highest paved mountain pass in the Italian Alps, which would be a perfect setting for a Bugatti tea party.
Enough talking about the world’s ‘fastest porcelain.’ Check out more photos below.