Bugatti Veyron 16.4


  • Mileage 6,350 Kilometres

  • Year 2008

  • Price €1,449,950


One of the 21st Century's most spectacular automobiles. EU registered with taxes paid and finished in two-tone light Gold and Dark Blue metallic over Anthracite leather.

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With two Le Mans wins, dozens of grand prix victories, five Targa Florios, a Manufacturers’ Championship, and the build of some of the pre-war period’s most celebrated sports and luxury automobiles to its credit, it is no wonder that the Bugatti marque is regularly honoured at world-class concours d’elegance and museums. The Molsheim, France-based brand is so esteemed that a commemoration of its 100th anniversary was never in doubt. So, when the occasion arrived in 2009, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance duly pronounced Bugatti’s centenary as one of the event’s guiding themes.

This opportunity was not lost on Bugatti Automobiles SaS, the modern successor to Ettore Bugatti’s original Alsatian concern. The company’s signature product, the 1,001-horsepower Veyron 16.4, had spent years in careful development by the VW Group’s specialized engineers, and was received with justifiable acclaim by journalists and enthusiasts alike upon its 2005 introduction, redefining the benchmark for the modern hypercar in the process.

The Veyron could accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 2.46 seconds, en route to a top speed just over 408 km/h (nearly 254 mph). Built around a magnificent mid-mounted, quad-turbocharged 8.0 litre W16 engine with four valves per cylinder and a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, it astonished the world with its surefootedness even at the most extreme speeds, enabled by a full-time Haldex all-wheel-drive system. The stopping power was stunning, as the Veyron was anchored by massive carbon-ceramic disc brakes with 400mm discs and eight-piston, four-pad callipers up front, while 380mm discs with six-piston, two-pad callipers were mounted at the rear. The alloy wheels, respectively 20 and 21 inches at the front and rear, were shod with special Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 PAX run-flat tires engineered specifically for the Veyron.

All of this was encased within an intricately hand-crafted structure, shorter in overall length than a modern Porsche 911, though riding on a longer 2,710 mm wheelbase, while being noticeably lower and wider than the benchmark German sports car of the day. It was instantly and definitively recognizable as the pinnacle product that it aspired to be - the modern Bugatti, a sporting speed machine that looked and performed like absolutely nothing else on the road.

The car we are thrilled to offer for sale was delivered new in 2008 and is believed to be one of just 252 original 16.4 coupes produced. An original EU specification example it is finished in two-tone light Gold and Dark Blue metallic over an Anthracite leather & Alcantara interior.

It is currently EU registered with taxes paid and sits today in stunning condition showing under 6,350 km from new. The car has just returned from the Bugatti factory in Molsheim where they carried out a full service and replaced all four tyres as well as fitting full car paint protection film. A service plan was also taken out during this time which covers the car for the next scheduled maintenance and allows the new owner to enjoy the car with full peace of mind.

One of the 21st Century's most spectacular automobiles, this stunning Bugatti Veyron is accompanied by 2 keys, Bugatti car cover, and, of course, the special ‘speed key’ that unlocks its full potential. The Veyron 16.4 is truly a landmark automobile and will surely continue to be a desired entity in the eyes of collectors and enthusiasts across the world. Contact us now for more information or to arrange a viewing.