Who Needs A Chiron When You Can Have This Bugatti Veyron Vitesse

If you want a Bugatti but aren’t willing to wait years for a brand new Chiron, a used Veyron like this one is perhaps the perfect solution.

Currently for sale from iLusso in Costa Mesa, California, this Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse has been been driven for a mere 1522 miles (2449 km) and wears a timeless shade of silver that keeps the hypercar looking fresh.

Like the Chiron, the Veyron Vitesse is powered by a quad-turbo 8.0-liter W16 engine, but whereas the Chiron delivers 1500 hp, the Vitesse makes do with 1200 hp. A 300 hp difference may sound like a lot. yet the Veyron Vitesse remains the fastest convertible Bugatti has ever produced and, in 2013, set a record as the world’s fastest convertible after reaching 254.04 mph (408.84 km/h).

Apart from the unblemished, and quite striking, bodywork, the original owner has also had the interior beautifully upholstered in light brown leather that’s complemented with a plethora of brushed aluminum components. It looks a hell of a lot better than some Veyron and Chiron models that sported carbon fiber in their cabins.

When new, the Veyron Vitesse commanded roughly $2 million in the United States. While no pricing details have been publicized in the James Edition listing, we expect it to be close than the original asking price.

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  • Bash

    I would love to, if i could. But again, personally, if i had that money, i would get the Chiron, although i truly love the Veyron.

  • salamOOn

    who needs a “Veyron Vitesse” when you can have RS7 + 911 + AMG S 65 + AMG G 65 and still have more than million in your pocket?

  • Matthew Daraei

    Love the interior, and hate the exterior. For me if I have that 2 million dollars, I’d go for Chiron, or Koenigsegg.


    • Matt Johnson

      Lipstick on a pig! 🙂

  • xdreamcarsx

    Is the Veyron still a thing?

  • pcurve

    I thought this was another Cougar chop. This car hasn’t aged well at all.

  • Veyron has shown some increase in their price. I wonder if Veyron would be remembered as truly great classic in the future, in the same vein of McLaren F1 for example (Of course F1 has even higher price).

    • GobbleUp


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