This Bugatti Veyron Interior Costs More Than A New Porsche 911 GT3

Bugatti may have replaced the Veyron with the newer Chiron a couple of years ago, but the prices of the previous-gen model haven’t dropped by much on the used car market.

Examples still fetch in excess of $1 million, and for good reasons, as the quad-turbo’d W16 beast benefits from in excess of 1,000 horsepower and has a dizzying top speed, not to mention an impressive build quality.

And it’s the latter part that we’ll be focusing on in this story, as the complete interior of a 2008 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 has been listed for grabs. The eBay ad reveals an eye-watering price of $150,000 for the dashboard, seats, seatbelts, door trim panels, shift knob, steering wheel, center console, glove box, air conditioning controls and others.

Also Read: DIY Bugatti Veyron Oil Change Isn’t For The Faint Of Heart

So why on earth would anyone be selling a complete and original Bugatti Veyron interior? Well, in this case, the owner of the Molsheim-made hypercar wanted a bit of an upgrade prior to taking delivery of the vehicle, and black was the chosen color. Thus, the cognac-colored one has never been used, and it’s “a great chance to either change the color on your existing Veyron or simply replace your used interior to make it new again”, says Braman Miami, the car dealership behind the ad.

If you happen to have about $150k lying around, then you may want to consider buying an actual car with them rather than the interior of what is one of the hottest vehicles ever made. You could go for a Porsche 911 GT3, which starts from $143,600, or opt for the Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster and save some $25,000. Of course, taking a peek at the used car market opens up some very impressive possibilities, yet there’s probably a Bugatti Veyron out there already rubbing his hands together while looking at the advertised parts.

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  • Bash

    If you don’t knoow, now you know.

  • nastinupe

    Definitely a great deal! This is, of course, 100% leather. Definitely worth every penny.

  • donald seymour

    No, it doesn’t. It’s marked up as high as a Porsche 911 GT3.

    • Bo Hanan

      Agreed!

  • getoffme

    One would be a complete idiot to fall for that.

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