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2008 Bugatti Veyron 16.4
|Exterior Color:||Black Metallic/Titanium Grey Metallic|
|Trans:||7 Speed Dual Clutch|
|Engine Size:||8.0 W16|
2008 Bugatti Veyron 16.4
- Black Metallic Over Titanium Grey Metallic
- One of 252 Models Made Globally
- One of 76 US Specification
- 4,426 Miles
- Includes Freshly Service & Fitment of New Tires at Time of Sale
- Sold With Additional Set of Machiavelli Style Veyron Rims
This masterpiece features some of the greatest engineering break throughs in automotive history, even until this day. Some figures to appreciate: 1,001 Horsepower, W16 Cylinder, Quad Turbo Charged, 7 Speed DSG Gearbox, 253 MPH Top Speed, State of the Art Carbon Fiber Monocoque, and a drive experience unlike no other. This is the ultimate hyper GranTurismo.
This example, Chassis 113 originally ordered in June 8th 2007 at Bugatti San Diego, one of the original and early Bugatti retailers for North America. Was shipped to California to its first owner in April of 2008. Featured in Black Metallic /Titanium Grey Metallic over an elegant anthracite and red leather interior. Has covered only 4,426 miles. Comes from a from a proper collection of hypercars and well cared for. Veyrons are top tier pieces and staples for hypercar collections. This car has rarely been photographed or seen in public. The car will receive a service at time of sale in addition to a fresh set of tires. This car is fitted with a rare set of Grand Sport rims and will also be sold with an additional set of Machiavelli Veyron wheels which it was originally fitted with from new. This car has been serviced at Bugatti Beverly Hills, Bugatti Greenwich and Bugatti San Diego throughout its history.
Bugatti Greenwich, a division of Miller Motorcars offer cars with top service and quality. Bugatti Greenwich was awarded the top service partner for 2014, 2015, 2016. We are one of five Service Partner of Excellence locations globally and one of two in the US, offering the top service. This is a rare opportunity to own a world class example of a Veyron in a one-off configuration. One of 76 North American specification Veyron Coupes of the 252 produced worldwide.
Ferrari of Greenwich
342 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
9:00AM - 6:00PM
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