One-Off Bugatti Veyron Tiffany Edition Is Looking For A Rich New Owner

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Here’s a Bugatti Veyron you probably never knew existed.

While the certifiably insane Bugatti Chiron is currently stealing the spotlight as one of the most seminal hypercar launches of the decade, its predecessor, the Veyron, will always be remembered as an automotive icon that was ahead of its time. Of course, the Veyron is fondly remembered for being the fastest and most powerful production car in the world, thanks to its quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine producing 1,000-horsepower, allowing it to hit 0-62 mph in 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 250 mph, which is still impressive today.

The Veyron is also known for spawning a mind-boggling number of unique special edition models, but this rare Tiffany Edition currently for sale at Dubai-based dealer Knight International is not one of them. However, it was privately commissioned in honor of world-famous jeweler Tiffany & Co. Setting it apart from the standard Veyron is a two-tone finish of black and Tiffany’s trademark 'Robin Egg' color, which has been applied to the exterior bodywork, wheels and interior trim resulting in a distinctive design that’s easy on the eye. As well as being a one-off model, what’s also unique about this Veyron is that it’s never been driven before – it has zero miles on the clock, and still has the factory covers on the seats and steering wheel.

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If you’re wondering how much it costs, the Dubai-based dealer is selling the Tiffany Edition Veyron on a “price on request” basis, though its rarity and like-new condition probably means it won't be much cheaper than a Chiron. Prices for the Chiron are close to $3 million and current waiting lists are tipped to be three years long, but you can drive this Veyron out of the showroom right now.

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