With only two Bugatti Veyron’s in Australia, it’s unlikely we’ll see anything more than careful preservation of the extremely rare automotive commodity.
In Saudi Arabia, however, Bugatti stocks are slightly higher, and some owners have taken it upon themselves to restyle the multi-million dollar hypercar to their own taste. This Bugatti Veyron Supersport is currently for sale at one of Saudi Arabia’s most exclusive car dealers, Seven Car Lounge.
The predominately chrome wrap features black, white and orange swirls that makes the multi-million-dollar supercar even more distinctive in the sea of exotic metal that inhabits one of the world’s richest countries. Happily, for prospective buyers, the vinyl wrap is easily removable if the new owner decides that it isn’t to their taste.
Powered by a quad-turbocharged 8.0L W16 engine, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport boasts a ludicrous 880kW/1500Nm and a world record top speed of 431km/h.
The 2014 Bugatti Veyron has an asking price of $4.23M AUD and is one of only 45 Super Sport models that were produced in an extremely limited production run. The Super Sport was the swansong for the Veyron, a car that rescued the French manufacturer from the brink of bankruptcy, before the new Bugatti Chiron was announced as its successor.