This Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Scale Model Costs More Than A Ford Fiesta

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No Fiesta insult intended.

There’s something everyone needs to understand: Everything and anything Bugatti or Bugatti related is expensive. It’s just how it is. Sometimes it doesn’t even matter if the product is even manufactured by Bugatti, as is the case here. Presenting the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse – in 1:8-scale form. Built by the Amalgam Collection with LED lighting done by Model-Lichsystem, this bespoke scale model Veyron Vitesse Grand Sport costs a borderline insane $15,000.

The base price of a brand new Ford Fiesta, for example, is $13,660. Who would spend that much money on a model? Someone who has no problem shelling out well over $1 million for a real Bugatti, that’s who. Fifteen grand to them is nothing more than ass pocket money.

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The scale model boasts fully functional LED lights front and rear as well as inside. Even as we watched this video it was really hard to tell at times that we were only looking at a scale model. Heck, there’s even a working air brake as part of the highly detailed features. The fact that the Grand Sport is sans roof only makes the interior detailing all the more impressive. This is something you buy when you literally have everything else you ever wanted. For the record, and to avoid any confusion, all pictures in this article are of the actual Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.

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