In case your bank account is up to the task, you may very well be the owner of the final Bugatti Veyron coupe ever assembled – which is going under the hammer in January and could fetch around $2 million.
This is the definitive Veyron – mainly because it’s the last one to come out of the factory. It may never be as quick or good looking as its Chiron replacement, it does hold the honor of being the 450th example in the high-tech series that span an entire decade. In addition, just like only 47 other cars, this one is also in Super Sport guise – making it an even rarer build. The example will be at the heart of the RM Sotheby’s Arizona auction in January when one lucky collector will have the chance to walk out with the keys. And under the hood lurks the more powerful version of the monster 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine with a stable of 1,200-horsepower (894 kilowatts), granting a 60 mph (96 km/h) time of just 2.5 seconds and an electronically governed maximum speed of 257 mph (413 km/h).
The car has racked just 400 miles (643 kilometers) since new, with 269 of them being actually the work of Bugatti engineers as part of the car’s pre-delivery testing protocol. It also has just one owner, so the price of about $2 million is almost a given. At the same auction there will also be a number of interestingly rare supercars: Ferrari Enzo, a couple of Lamborghini Countach LP400s and a Porsche 959 Komfort.