Cost to Buy Bugatti Veyron
In every aspect, the Bugatti Veyron is the most extreme and impressive car that has ever been in production and legal on the road. In all the years they’ve been in production, there have only been 407 Bugatti’s sold worldwide and only 150 Bugatti Veyron’s have been produced. The Veyron has the highest top speed of any other car in production or that has ever been produced and it can also reach 60 mph faster than any other car out there thanks to the 1,001 horsepower and 16 cylinder engine.
To reach 60 mph, it takes only a mere 2.5 seconds, then to reach 100 mph only an additional 3 seconds and then 4.5 more seconds to reach 150 mph. After a total of only 42.3 seconds you can make it to 250 mph which is almost the top speed. At astonishing speeds like that in such a short period of time, the Bugatti Veyron dominates both the streets and the race tracks, making this one of the most desirable cars available for purchase. Although there were only 150 of these cars ever produced, the first 50 were reserved for specific Bugatti members so getting your hands on one of the last 100 will definitely cost you a pretty penny.
Factors of Cost
When the standard Bugatti Veyron coupe was first released, the going rate was a whopping $1.3 million. This model’s top speed is 253 mph which can be maintained for only 12 minutes straight before you will run out of gas. In order to reach faster than 250 mph, you must use a special key which will actually lower the car to only 3.5” above the ground and also extend a hydraulic spoiler from the rear end. If you are looking to purchase a Bugatti Veyron Coupe in 2014, the base price is $1,700,000. This includes all wheel drive, Double Wishbone front and rear suspension, Supercharger, and 19” aluminum wheels.
The body is constructed completely out of carbon fiber and aluminum in order to reduce the weight to only 4162 lbs. The full length is 175.7 inches. If you’re having a hard time visualizing how long that is, try to compare it to the length of a Porsche but slightly shorter, (since it’s more likely you’ve seen a Porsche than a Bugatti!)
Additional Costs and Ways To Save
Of course with any luxury car it’s going to come stock with every feature you can imagine but there will still be more features which can be added on. In all honestly though, if you’re looking to purchase a 1.7 million dollar car, you’re most likely not looking to pinch pennies!