Veyrons Unite For Bugatti World Tour Middle East

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It doesn't take very many Veyrons together in the same place to be amazing.

Regular readers will already know that we here at CarBuzz are big fans of Shmee150. His videos set the bar on exclusive, and this latest is a prime example of that. Shot in a dark patch of sectioned off sand by a hotel about an hour outside of Dubai, the video shows 5 Veyrons waiting to take part in the Middle East leg of the Bugatti World Tour. Some of the cars are local, unsurprisingly, but a couple have been brought from overseas, and apparently more are on the way.

Included in this very expensive gathering of cars is the world record-setting Vitesse, the fastest convertible in the world.

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