“Hm,” you say to yourself one day over the morning paper. “How many Bugatti Veyrons will it take to make me happy?” Trick question! Happiness is an illusion and no amount of Veyrons will ever fill that void. But we can certainly start with four as an experiment.
Yes, four! Four Bugatti Veyrons will appear at the 2018 Mecum Montrey Auction. If you need a different Veyron for each season, then you’d best listen up.
The first is a 2008, uh, gold-on-beige Veyron, estimated to go for about a million bucks, with only 7,975 miles on the clock. Very summery.
The second is a 2012 Veyron Grand Sport, the ninth of 11 Grand Sports made for the U.S. market. It looks like Darth Maul’s car and is estimated to fetch over $1.7 million. The red is quite autumnal.
The third is a 2010 Veyron Sang Noir, one of 12 produced. The Sang Noir Veyrons have, according to the listing, “skillfully hand-laid carbon-fiber skin visible through a dark, blood-red clear coating that causes the surface to shimmer with almost supernatural depth.” Estimated to cost over $1.7 million. This is definitely your spring Veyron.
And the fourth is a 2015 Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Roadster. Number 74 or 150 produced, the Vitesse Roadster is basically a convertible Super Sport. It’s the most expensive of the bunch, with an estimated cost of over $2 million. And that coat is silvery paint is perfect as a wintertime accessory.
Look, I’m not saying money can buy happiness, but you’re welcome to drop over $6.4 million on a bunch of Veyrons in order to try. You might as well get yourself some new friends, too. I hear they come free with the more Veyrons you buy.
via Car Scoops