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2008 Highlights

For those who aren't fazed by the Veyron's $1.5 million price of entry, Bugatti offers the (very) limited-production Pur Sang edition for 2008 at a cool $2.0 million.

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  • It's the hardest accelerating factory production car ever produced, stylish cabin, getting to say you own a Bugatti Veyron.


  • Poor outward visibility, not as soulful as the Italian name implies, you could buy 15 or 20 really amazing cars for the same price.

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Excellent car, with some qualifications.
I purchased this car after an unfortunate mishap with my beloved Ferrari that involved a miniature Dachshund and high winds...but that's another story. I am indeed fond of this car and rather enjoy the looks it gets when parked. It is nearly as comfortable and useful as my beloved 1973 Chevrolet Blazer, but lacks the offroad capability of The Beast, as we called it.
Worthwhile to upgrade to turbo
The coolest running machine in the world!! There's actually no word I can use to describe the driving feelings. The only thing I can tell you is that I bought a Veyron base in 2006, and enjoyed every detail of it. So this year I bought another one with turbo for my wife. She loves it too. It's much much better than our previous MB SLR.
Lovely Automoblie
I knew I had to have one once I first laid eyes on the vehicle. Unfortunately, ordering one from the factory involved a very long wait, so I purchased one from a fellow in the Middle East sight unseen. After many months of waiting, phone calls, and emails, the car was delivered to my East Coast home after 7 months. The car is absolutely gorgeous and is truly a work of art. But sadly I must admit that due to my height, my feet can't reach the pedals to operate it correctly. My two brothers have enjoyed it immensely as they are taller than myself. I just made the decision to sell it at auction with a no reserve price. Best of luck if you bid on it.