The 400th Bugatti Veyron Is Headed To The Middle East

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Bugatti has finished building the 400th Veyron, which happens to be one of the three Grand Sport Vitesse Jean-Pierre Wimilles of the six-part edition Les Légendes de Bugatti. That means you should hurry up with that transaction, because they will only make fifty more.


Since its launch in 2005, Bugatti has sold 300 coupes including the Veyron 16.4 with 1,001 horsepower and the Super Sport with 1,200. An additional 100 of the planned 150 roadsters found their homes too, leaving just 50 models left to buy.


The 254 mph limited edition roadster cost someone in the Middle East $2.91 million, excluding taxes and transport of course. A real bargain considering that it even comes with a license plate, unlike a certain Pagani in the same price range.

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Does is surprise anyone else that Porsche has already sold all 918 copies of the 918, but the Veyron is only on #400? Obviously, the Bugatti is twice as expensive...but still....what's an extra $1mm to this demographic?

Edit: I suppose it's more like an extra $2mm. I still find it a bit surprising for some reason. How many P1s have sold?