Back in August 2012, Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport chassis no. 300 was delivered to its owner as the final Veyron coupe to ever be created. What’s more, it was also one of only eight Super Sports that were built to U.S.-specifications. To say this is an important car would be an incredible understatement. The Veyron itself is most certainly a legendary car, but the last of any of its kind is even more legendary. What’s more, this example is looking for a new owner at RM Sotheby’s Arizona auction in January.
This exact car recently traveled to Geneva in order to be displayed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Sitting alongside this historic Veyron was the very first Veyron ever produced, chassis number 001. This was done to celebrate the car’s 10-year production run.
According to the vehicle’s listing, the car has been well documented and that it will be presented in as-new condition. It has undergone annual service at the hands of Braman Bugatti in November 2013 and in May 2015. The current vendor acquired the car in August 2015, who had it serviced by Bentley Beverly Hills in May of this year. With only one private owner, it shows less than 400 miles since new.
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