The Bugatti Veyron, with its 450 production run, is not the type of car you'll likely get your hands on. By the time these supercars are produced, more often than not, they’ve long been spoken for.
This ride, especially, is rarer than rare.
In 2013, Bugatti embarked on a run of special series Vitesse roadsters in homage to its legendary racers of yesteryear. The series was comprised of four editions, each with three makes. Among them, the car you see here created in honor of Italian WWI pilot Meo Costantini, who later went on to race for Bugatti in the '20s and '30s.
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The sort of opportunity doesn’t have the habit of knocking but once, let alone twice. But here it is up for grabs in Dubai.
The specs: a two-tone French racing blue special series with mirror-finish chrome. On the interior, the light brown leather is graced with an embroidered Costantini signature. And she’s running on an unmistakable 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 engine capable of 1,184 ponies and shooting 0-62 in 2.6 seconds.
As new as they come with but one mile on the odometer, she’s listed for $2.72 million right here.