Bugatti sells most expensive vehicle ever made for $12.5 million

Bugatti sells most expensive vehicle ever made for $12.5 million

Bugatti says this Atlantic homage pays tribute to the company's 110th anniversary; and, curiously, refers to it not as a hyper sports vehicle like it does the Chiron, but as a grand tourer meant for covering great distances.

According to the company, the six-tailpipe "hypercar" is equipped with an eight-liter engine that has 16 cylinders and 1500 brake horse power.

The new Bugatti La Voiture Noire is displayed at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland March 5, 2019.

This is arguably one of the best looking Bugatti has made in recent years with the aggressive styling upfront and more pronounced grille.

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For its 110th anniversary, Bugatti has created a jet black rocket it hails as the most expensive auto of all time.

This week at the Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti is also unveiling a special edition of the Chiron: the Chiron Sport "110 ans Bugatti". Only four of those cars were made and, today, they're among the most valuable cars in the world. We worked long and hard on this design until was nothing that we could improve.

While there's no mention of Mr Piech in Bugatti's statement, describing the new owner only as an "enthusiast" for the brand. For us, the coupe represents the ideal form with a flawless finish.'It's certainly dramatic.

The Type 57 SC Atlantic was designed by Jean Bugatti, son of Bugatti founder Ettore Bugatti, at a time when the bodies for most high-end cars were created by separate body makers rather than by the automobile companies themselves. Customers expect us to continually surprise them and to raise the goalposts beyond the limits of their imagination. "With La Voiture Noire, we are paying homage to our heritage and bringing speed, technology, luxury and aesthetics forward to a new era".

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