• Mar 3, 2008
Ah, the Bugatti Veyron. It's astonishingly powerful, sexy as hell, and only 300 will ever be made. Among the 300 Veyrons, the five rarest and most coveted models carry the Pur Sang moniker. It's stunning paint-free aluminum and carbon fiber body are bold enough to make even the wealthiest Dubai oil baron blush. There were likely many filthy rich people who missed out on the chance to bag a Pur Sang, as all five models were snapped up inside 24 hours. If you lost out the first time and had to settle for a Reventon or four Ferraris, we have good news. One Pur Sang is back on the market, but it's going to cost one of the world's wealthy almost twice as much as it did less than six months ago.

Italian dealer Rag Gianfranco Favero is selling its precious Pur Sang on the finecars website for the low price of only 3.2M Euro. The 1001-hp, 253-mph supercar has only 48 miles on the odometer, which, quite frankly, makes us scratch our heads. It's unimaginable that anyone could hold onto a Veyron for six months and drive it only 48 miles. Like it would be worth any less money if it had 800 miles on it.

[Source: Finecars]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      I would like to see an unpainted Aston...now THAT would be beautiful.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Holy cow, 3.2 million Euro (about $4.9 million US dollars)?!! Is that a typo?!

      I'm curious, does anyone know how this car depreciates (or appreciates)?

        • 6 Years Ago
        With only 300 in the world, this car will never depreciate and every time a more-money-than-talent moron takes it too hard around a curve and crashes, the others appreciate.
      • 6 Years Ago
      48 miles.

      Hm.

      Any guesses as to how many tanks that is?
      • 6 Years Ago
      If every time you drove it early or late in the day you stood a good chance of getting sun reflecting off the fender right into your eye, you wouldn't drive it more than 100 miles a year either.

      Polished cars are impractical to say the least.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I do believe practicality is one of the last things people look for when buying this kind of car.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I agree. But the article asks why the car only has 48 miles on it in six months. I was answering that question.

        Although desirable, if you buy it and then find it unpractical, you may just find yourself not driving it much.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Why can't speculators just stick to securities and leave the cars to people who actually drive them?
        • 6 Years Ago
        For 3 Million Euros, i wouldn´t drive it at all, besides this fit the whole if it´s more expensive is better cliche, ´cause i´ll never get this over the regular Veyron, which is way prettier in it´s two-tone paint job.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Before dropping that kinda moola, wouldn't mind having some actual pics of the car :)

      • 6 Years Ago
      I didn't know that half-backed cars cost more.

      I'll use sand paper to scratch paint off my '98 Taurus tonight and list it on the same site for $1,200,000, with $500,000 deposit.
      • 6 Years Ago
      does anyone find it vaguely unsettling that this is a 'pure blood' car made by a collaboration between italians and germans?
      • 6 Years Ago
      So now it costs even more WITHOUT a paintjob.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Would have looked better completely chromed, not sure if it's the photoe, but the polished look sucks...
        • 6 Years Ago
        They didn't chrome it. That's just what a Veyron looks like unpainted.
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