New Video Shows One-Off Bugatti Veyron L’Or Blanc Backing Into LaFerrari

Thanks to Carscoops’ reader ‘jujernault’, we can now show you the incident of the one-off Bugatti Veyron GS L’Or Blanc backing into a LaFerrari from a better angle through a much higher quality video.

The incident occurred outside the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris while the driver (and possibly owner) of the $2.5 million Veyron was trying to exit the parking space.

From the short Instagram video that has since been deleted, we mistakenly thought that the man outside might have been guiding both drivers.

However, from this angle, we see that he was moving his arms to tell the Ferrari driver to keep backing up, which he initially did, but he then stopped and that’s when the Bugatti hit the $1.4 million LaFerrari making the kind of $$$ sounds you never want to hear…

Not sure why the Bugatti motorist just drove away without even bothering to get out of the car to see if there was any damage made…

Merci ‘jujernault’ for the tip and video!

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