All three are set to cross the auction block at the Retromobile salon.
If you've been thinking about picking up a second-hand Bugatti, the first step... well, that'd be to make sure you can afford one. But the second will be to decide which model to get. Or you could defer that decision, pack a suitcase full of cash, and head to Paris in February, when these three will come up for auction.
Among the numerous collectibles consigned to RM Sotheby's for its Retromobile sale are a new Bugatti Chiron, a slightly older Veyron, and a much older EB110. And we'd bet any one of the three would make any buyer very happy indeed.
The Chiron is a new 2018 model, looking very Bugatti-like in black and French racing blue with a matching interior. It has only 1,800 kilometers (1,118 miles) on the clock – which, given the pace of which the Chiron is capable, we're sure were covered pretty quickly. It's recently been serviced by the authorized dealer in Düsseldorf, Germany, and is said to have been driven only a few miles since.
If bidding goes a little too high on that one, you may stand a better chance of picking up the Veyron – a 2014 Grand Sport Vitesse roadster that's one of just 92 made.
This one's been driven a little farther, with 2,750 km (1,709 miles) on the odometer. Decked out in blue and Carrera white (from Porsche's catalog) with a dark-blue cockpit, it was initially used as a factory display car for the model that combined the Grand Sport's removable roof with the Super Sport's more potent engine.
Equally tempting may be the EB110 Super Sport – one of just 30 so made, and with even lower mileage. In silver over black, it's been driven just 916 km (570 miles), leaving it in immaculate condition you're not likely to see again.