The average Bugatti customer spends more than $300,000 on options
That's an Aventador on top of the base price...
Since the Bugatti Veyron came out back in the early 2000s, it has been clear that the French car company has been the leading manufacturer when it comes to the endless possibilities of optional extras they have available to their customers.
With this comes great expense, as you can imagine. If the customer can afford it, it is likely Bugatti will do it. The Bugatti President, Stephan Winkelmann announced earlier this week that the average Bugatti customer spends around $300,000 on optional extras alone for their new car. This could be whether it's a Chiron or a Divo.
Yes, this is a lot of money but you have to put it into perspective. The base price for a Bugatti Chiron is around $3 million. So realistically, a further $300k isn't going to phase the average Bugatti buyer.
Some great optional extras you can add to your Chiron would include coloured exterior carbon fibre, various paint schemes and interior upgrades. There are some fashion designers and third party companies who will lay their grubby hands on a Chiron to cover it in diamonds or put silly wings on it, but I am sure the work will never be as good as that done by Bugatti themselves.
Providing customers with vast amounts of options isn't only a thing Bugatti do. Companies such as Rolls Royce, Bentley, Pagani and Koenigsegg offer similar services – I bet the prices aren't far off either.
How would you personalise your Bugatti?
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