The Good Life

Most people are lucky enough to see 1, maybe 2 Bugatti Veyron’s in their lifetime, but when you work next door to the Mullin Automotive Museum, which happens to house the largest Bugatti collection in continental North America, you often come across things that most people won’t ever see in their lifetime.

This weekend was the Pebble Beach Concourse d’Elegance in Carmel, CA. On the way to the event, these 5 Veyron’s decided to pay the museum a visit & have a look at the 2011 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport World Record Edition that’s on display, which also currently holds the World’s Fastest Supercar title by clocking 268 MPH.

Photo by Vinit Satyavrata, Special Thanks to The Ventura County Star

I’m really at a loss for words on this post. The mere fact that I was able to see not only 1 Bugatti Veyron, but 5 in one place was astonishing! They definitely turned a lot of heads & grabbed a lot of attention, especially this orange Grand Sport Vitesse.

When your car is king of the road, you can pretty much say just about anything & get away with it. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, read this Veyron’s license plate frame.

The sheer size of the W16 Quad-Turbo engine is amazing.

I don’t know about you, but I really like the flashy red & black interior.

Absolutely stunning.

With each of these Veyron’s wearing a price tag of well over $1.5 Million a piece, you know it’s worth every single penny.

I’m not too sure if the 16.4 Super Sport is still on display at the museum, but I’m going to be giving them a call later this week to see if it is. If I get any luck, I’ll be sure to bring my camera along & get some pictures of the 16.4, as well as the other Bugatti & classic French cars on display.


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