Buggati uses Carbon Fiber Umbrella for Roof

Well this is certainly not something you see everyday. What I am referring to is the $2.7 million Bugatti Veyron Vitesse carbon fiber roof. Yes, we have definitely seen our share of carbon fiber roofs, but not in the form of an umbrella.

The umbrella may not look like your everyday umbrella because of its rectangular shape, but it sure is one. Made with carbon fiber, the handle of the umbrella goes between the two seats, while the canopy locks to the windshield and a crosspiece behind the headrests. Bugatti says the umbrella is can withstand up to 62 mph, but a warning label printed on the umbrella itself says you can take it up to 100 mph. It also fits perfectly inside the small trunk on the front of the car, just in case the weather forecast isn’t dependable on a day without the hard top.

Bugatti Veyron Vitesse carbon fiber umbrella roof

Bugatti Veyron Vitesse carbon fiber umbrella roof

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[Sources: Jalopnik, CarBlog, EVO]