Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport L'Or Blanc
The price for all this is a cool NZ$2.8 million and the roadster, which will go on show at the Frankfurt Motor Show later this year, was unveiled in Berlin last week.
The ''white gold'' car was produced to mark the start of a partnership between the Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin (KPM) and Bugatti, the Daily Mail reported
''Installing porcelain in the world's fastest convertible car seems like a pretty odd idea,'' Stefan Brungs, the brand's sales chief, told Bloomberg news ageny. ''But Bugatti has made a name for itself by not shying away from extravagant ideas.''
The roadster, which will be shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, was unveiled last week in Berlin.
Bugatti, owned by VW, built the first Veyron 16.4 in 2005 and the last of 300 models of the limited series sold last week to a European-based customer.