|Exterior Color:||Obsidian Black|
|Engine Size:||W16 8L|
2008 Bugatti Veyron 16.4
- Mercedes-Benz Metallic Obsidian Black
- Havana and Anthracite Leather
- One of 252 Models Made Globally
- One of 76 US Specification
- 2,975 Miles
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. Veyrons are top tier pieces and essential for hypercar collections.
Original left the factory on December 13th 2007 with its destination being the Unites States. Originally sold by Bugatti Beverly Hills to a respected collector. Requested to be finished in a single tone exterior finish of Mercedes-Benz Obsidian Black. Very elegant and clean paint color. Was protected by an optional Bugatti plastic protection package prior to leaving Molsheim. 2nd owner acquired the car in 2015 in Florida. It is a complete example and offered with great service history from authorized Bugatti retailers.
Chassis 143 has been well maintained by great Bugatti workshops such as ours at Bugatti Greenwich, a division of Miller Motorcars. It is a very strong and clean looking specification of the Veyron. Highly complete car and will be sold with a proper service and two complimentary services after that. Bugatti Greenwich is one of the select service locations for Bugatti in the World. The highly skilled technicians are trained in Molsheim, France and abide by the highest honors for quality.
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