Organizers of Wilton House Classic and Supercars 2012 unveiled their unique BugARTi Veyron today at Stratford Shopping Centre in London! It will be on display next Sunday at Wilton House in England as part of the supercar display. The Bugarti Veyron features a wrap designed by Ian Cook, an English artist who uses remote control cars to create acrylic artwork.

It’s a project that came together thanks to the Wilton House organizers, PopBangColour – Ian’s design company and the car’s owner, Lord Pembroke. The colours remind us of the classic gulf livery while aspects of the Bugatti badge have been incorporated onto the front of the car along with the image of an Aston Martin racer on the side.

You’ll be able to see the car at Wilton House in Salisbury next weekend alongside a huge display of supercars. Over 200 cars are expected with the theme being ‘Best of British’. This will mean that Aston Martin will display the V12 Vantage Zagato and McLaren will also show the MP4-12C.

Tickets cost £12 in advance and £15 on the day.

[Photos by GF Williams]

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