Being a Grand Sport, this Veyron adopts the more premium looking headlight architecture as seen on the GS and the SS, while retaining the standard bodywork style. It is the 54th Grand Sport out of Molsheim and is an ex-North American promotional vehicle for Bugatti. As of the sale the car has covered 1,100 miles from new, with the owner (who bought it from Bugatti) having covered 120 miles over the course of their ownership. The car has also benefitted from a very recent service.
The Grand Sport, we think, represents a more stylish, less stern Veyron ownership proposition. It’s not all about doing the incredible speeds that we know these cars can do, but about appreciating it as the ultimate quality automotive item. It’s as much a cruiser as it is a bruiser. For the last ten years the Veyron has been the in-vogue machine, and this is one of the finest examples of what we think is the nicest version.
Were you a fan of the Veyron? If so, which is your favourite? Would you take this over any of the other celebrated Millennial super-sportscars?
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