The particular example, which you can view on the UK version of Auto Trader, was first registered in 2007 yet it only has 700 miles on its clock.
It’s also been meticulously taken care of, having spent most of its days in the climate-controlled showroom of A. Kahn Design in Bradford, UK.
If you’re wondering why Afzal Kahn originally bought two Veyrons, the British designer sees them as investments rather than just mere transport. As Kahn puts it, “I believe that the Veyron is the ultimate car and taking into consideration the amount that VW spend on building every one this is one of the best investments I have ever made.”
For anyone interested, the Veyron up for sale is a right-hand drive model finished in blue black metallic over pearl white wings. The cabin is lined in opulent silk hide leather trim and is highlighted with brushed aluminum detailing.
The list price is a significant £749,000 (approximately $1,150,000) but considering the rarity of the car and the number of loops you have to go through just to be considered worthy of Veyron-ownership by Bugatti, we think it’s a bargain, that is, if you have that kind of money lying around.
Oh, and if your wallet is feeling particularly heavy these days, Afzal Kahn is also selling his prized “F1” number plate, which he bought for $740,000 back in 2008. No price is listed but we wouldn’t be surprised if it goes for more than the Bugatti.
Bugatti Veyron up for sale