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2012 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

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Type: Pre-Owned
Year: 2012
Make: Bugatti
Model: Veyron 16.4
Interior Color: Tangerine
Exterior Color: Black Carbon/Orange Spicy
Trim: Super Sport
Body: Coupe
Stock #: 7244C
Trans: DSG
Mileage: 525
Engine Size: 8.0 W16
VIN: VF9SG2C24CM795012

2012 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport
One Owner Car
Miles 465
Chassis 12 of 48 Super Sports Ever Produced.
One of Eight US Specification Cars
An opportunity to own the most extreme iteration of the Veyron
World Record Speed Holder 268MPH. Recognized by the Guinness World Records as the fastest street legal production car in the world.
Featured in black carbon and orange spicy with a tangerine interior. This example was made in dedication to the world record color combination. Highly thought-out build and has all of the items that came with the new car such as the delivery box, car cover, window sticker, three keys and more. Once you see this car in person, you will appreciate the vibrancy of the orange leather interior.
Sold new by Bugatti Greenwich, a division of Miller Motorcars. This car has been serviced annually since new by Miller Motorcars. Bugatti Greenwich was awarded the top service partner for 2014, 2015, 2016.  We are one of five Service Partner of Excellence locations globally and one of three in the US, offering the top service.
Serious inquiries only. Contact Bugatti Greenwich Sales. 203-661-3100.

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Miller Motorcars

342 West Putnam

Greenwich, CT 06830


SALES: 800-721-8781

SERVICE: 866-295-8874

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