Flo Rida's Gold Bugatti: World's Fastest Car Gets Decked Out In Gold Chrome Finish [Pic & Video]
By Staff Writer | June 23, 2013 05:12 PM EDT
The rapper Flo Rida has taken bling to a whole new level with his Gold Bugatti Veyron, but the gold finish was just the beginning for the world's fastest and sharpest automobile.
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Flo Rida, aka Tramar Dillard, bought a $1.7 million Bugatti Veyron in a pretty pearly white, but that wasn't the end of the bling for the emcee, reports Yahoo Finance.
Flo Rida decided that his new Bugatt Veyron needed something besides the pearly white finish because that hue didn't scream conspicuous consumption enough.
There are only around 300 Bugatti Veyron's on the road today, and since it can reach speeds that make Formula One drivers blush, there aren't going to be many any time soon.
So why did Flo Rida have to add even more ostentation to his Bugatti by finishing it with a sleek and overt, gold finish.
The gold bugatti has drawn even more stares than would normally occupy a Bugatti by itself.
The chrome enhancement was done by a Hollywood, Florida, company called Metro Wrapz, whose owner describes himself as the "Teflon Don," which is pretty unoriginal if you ask John Gotti fans.
But they did the detailing, even if it was like "putting a moustache on the Mona Lisa."
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A Metro Wrapz video of the tricked-out car shows a model in gold strappy heels and a very short gold dress showing off the sparkling Bugatti.
It's remarkable to think that with every day Americans struggling, Flo Rida decided to pimp out the world's most expensive and fastest car, into a gold Bugatti.
Flo Rida also had Metro Wrapz install a set of big gold-plated wheels, onto the gold Bugatti as well.
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