Bugatti Veyron is scheduled to have a production run of only 450 units out of which 400 have already rolled out of its production line. Majority of the units have been shipped to the Middle East markets. The luxury shisha makers from Sweden, Desvall have negotiated with the auto maker to use the Bugatti name for their latest design. The high end shisha is obviously aimed at the Bugatti Veyron owners in the Middle Eastern region. It is a limited edition design and production of only 150 units has been planned. If you can afford a Bugatti Veyron you would be able to afford the shisha of the same name as it carries a significant price tag of $100,000.
Desvall Combines Craftsmanship With Engineering
Desvall employs Sweden’s world famous and critically acclaimed artisans to create the shiahas which are undoubtedly the best in the world. They use hand blown glass,hand made ceramics and reindeer antler carvings of the indigenous Sami people. They are able to combine traditional craftsmanship with state-of-the-art engineering and create shisha pipes of unmatched quality, elegance and performance. The Bugatti shisha pipes will be crafted out of titanium and carbon fiber, instead of the usual glass and steel. It stands two feet tall and its svelte shape is inviting for even non smokers to try out some molasses soaked tobacco through the elegant pipe.
The Expensive Shisha is Meant for the Super Rich
Some people might find the pricing of the Bugatti shisha excessive. Poesche Design had also released an exclusive design of a hookah and it was priced at a mere $1,950. If you compare that with the standard hookah selling in the bazaars of Middle East and North Africa, every designer hookah will seem to be excessively priced. But these fancy shishas are aimed at people who don’t think much about shelling out almost $3 million for a Bugatti. If you see it from there perspective then few thousand dollars seems to be small change. Desvall has a whole range of high end shisha pipes and none of them are cheap but then none of them are as expensive as their Bugatti design.