As the world prepares for the Bugatti Veyron to be replaced with the newfangled Chiron, one London-based company isn't prepared to say goodbye entirely. TMB Art Metal devised a way for the Veyron-obsessed to wear a piece of the world-beating supercar, by creating a set of wheel-shaped cufflinks actually made from a Veyron wheel.
Somehow TMB Art Metal managed to get a hold of the OZ Racing lightweight front wheel from one of the first Veyron units to hit the market. Using their expertise in reworking metal, the company created a miniature 12-spoke wheel with a bronze "tire," although purists can opt for black chrome for a more rubber-like sheen.
TMB Art Metal makes all kinds of other cufflinks as well as clocks and other small sculptures. In addition to the wheel-shaped cufflinks you can buy a set fashioned into a small model of the full Veyron, also constructed from the same lightweight OZ Racing wheel.
You'll have to lay down 295 (about $385) for your own set of Bugatti wheel cufflinks, which seems like not such a bad deal when you consider the Veyron costs north of $1.5 million. If we had it our way though, we'd take the whole engine block from the fearsome 16.4-liter W-16 and make it into the most badass dining room table.