A one-off version of the world’s fastest car has come onto the market – for a staggering £2.1 million.
The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport has just 864 ‘delivery’ miles on the clock.
The 268mph ‘Sang Noir’ model, which has been limited by Bugatti to a mere 257mph to protect its tyres, is a limited edition version of the Super Sport, restricted to just 30 models.
It is the most expensive new car ever to be advertised – with the lucky buyer having to fork out an incredible £2.1 million.
But you’re certainly getting what you pay for with this car’s performance.
The Super Sport is capable of 0-62mph in 2.5 seconds, 0-124mph in 6.7 seconds and has the ability to cover one mile in just 23.6 seconds.
These impressive figures come thanks to the car’s quad-turbocharged eight-litre engine, which develops a massive 1,200bhp – 200bhp more than a standard Veyron.
This particular model was the second off the company’s production line in Molsheim, France, and was the display car at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
The first five models were intended to be exact replicas of the world record model.
But according to The Telegraph, the customer who specified this model loved the performance but wasn’t overly fond of the design and opted to have his Super Sport in matt black with a number of interior differences including orange seats.
Tom Hartley Jnr, whose UK-based firm is selling the supercar, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to get your hands on the first Super Sport to come onto the open market.”
The Derbyshire-based dealership, which is world-renowned for sourcing the finest sports cars for the ultra-wealthy, also has a rare convertible Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport for sale for £1.4 million.
The Volkswagen-owned exclusive brand has also reportedly built one ‘San Blanc’ convertible hypercar, which has been ordered by an anonymous British customer.View Comments