With only 500 miles on the odometer.
When the Bugatti Veyron first hit the car scene, it blew everything out of the water, and now one lucky person can get their hands on an immaculate 2010 version with only 479 miles on the clock. Bring a Trailer has delivered yet another incredible auction find, and we're talking big leagues this time. It is common knowledge that Bugatti vehicles tend to cost millions when new, and their value only climbs one out in the wild - assuming they are adequately taken care of, a costly exercise in itself. After seeing many a Veyron die an untimely death in the years since its release, it's refreshing to see one in such good condition and with so few miles on the odometer.
The Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 is a modern legend and was developed by Volkswagen Group and Bugatti from 2005 to 2011. This car was named the 2000s Car of the Decade by the BBC TV show Top Gear, and only 252 regular coupes(excluding the Super Sport) were ever built. This example is number 190, and is and is the 61st of just 76 made for delivery to the United States. The Veyron 16.4 features an 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged, W16-cylinder engine mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch direct-shift computer-controlled automatic transmission, and has a total of 10 radiators, including six for the engine and turbo system alone. This engine produces a massive 987 horsepower and 922 lb-ft of torque which it sends to all four wheels. The Veyron 16.4 isn't the fastest Bugatti around anymore, but its record-breaking speed of 254.04 mph set at the Volkswagen Group's Ehra-Lessien facility is still astonishing.
The car on auction was first registered in Montana and Florida before being purchased by the selling dealer in 2021 and is finished in Black with Titanium Grey Metallic fenders, doors, and coves. This example features staggered-width Sang Noir wheels wrapped in Michelin PAX run-flat tires size 265/680 and 365/710 front to rear, and a massive rear airbrake is bolted to the car's special carbon-fiber monocoque. Behind those sexy wheels sits a Haldex traction-control system and 15.7-inch carbon-ceramic discs with eight-piston titanium calipers in the front and 15-inch discs with six-piston, two-pad calipers in the back. Extreme speeds require extreme stopping power.
The interior is finished in a Piano Black theme with Fireglow leather highlights and features heated bucket seats with carbon-fiber shells, black Alcantara upholstery trim, a center-mounted clock, controls for the automatic climate control, and the Burmester sound system. Behind the leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel sit two magnesium paddle shifters and instrumentation that features an 8k-rpm tachometer with a 280-mph speedometer and a horsepower gauge. The car comes with a clean title, a recent service history, and only 508 miles on the clock. This Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently bidding at $1,150,000, making it significantly cheaper than the $3 million Bugatti Chiron, and a big bargain when you consider that a Veyron's cost of production was roughly five times what Bugatti originally sold each one for.