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  • The benchmark 'hypercar' of the 21st century
  • A combination of performance and luxury unlikely to be bettered in our generation
  • One owner example with modest mileage and up-to-date service programme
  • Tax free status makes it attractive for all markets

2006 Bugatti Veyron 16.4

When future historians and collectors consider which motor car best defined the early 21st century, surely the Bugatti Veyron will be at the top of most experts’ lists. The absolute benchmark for outright performance in our  era, and a technological tour de force, the Veyron is the ‘hypercar’ which finally toppled the McLaren F1 from its perch as the world’s fastest automobile- and look what has happened to F1 values in recent years. It’s only a matter of time before the Veyron inevitably becomes a collectors’ item and values inexorably start to climb. Given that production will end soon, that time may not be far away…

One of the first examples delivered, and built for the current owner, a well-known supercar collector, this Veyron has covered circa 9,500km and has been maintained in accordance with the factory schedule. Julius Kruta at Bugatti confirms it is ‘up to date’ with its maintenance, and the owner informs us the car has just returned from a €25,000 service and needs nothing. Its distinctive and very attractive livery- Ice Blue with pearl side scallops and Azzurro blue leather trimmed sports seats and interior, makes this one of the best Veyrons available today. The car is German registered but offered tax free, making it very attractively priced for any market worldwide. Consider that the basic price of the Veyron is today €1.2 million plus taxes, and sales are about to stop. Chassis ‘011’ is ready to enjoy and highly recommended.

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