The worlds most expensive Bugatti Veyron, complete with F1 numberplate, is destined to be one of the highlights of next month's MPH prestige and performance auto show in the UK.
The car belongs to Afzal Kahn, the figure behind bespoke tuning firm Project Kahn and the same man who bought the exclusive F1 numberplate last year for the princely sum of £440,625 ($721,743).
If ever the phrase if you need to ask the price, you cant afford it was appropriate its now, but at the right price the car could be up for sale, according to Kahn.
Kahn is hoping that his soft white 253 mph supercar catches the eye of newly crowned Formula One champion Jenson Button since it features the most expensive number plate sold in the UK.
Capable of catapulting the driver to 62 mph from rest in less than three seconds, past 100 mph in 5.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 253 mph, this particular Bugatti Veyron has no close modern rivals in terms of price tags.
Other cars that come close and are also set to appear at the MPH event include the unique GTbyCitroen concept car, several models from Pagani and Koenigsegg, as well as a Ferrari FXX.
Bugatti Veyron F1