T​his one-off Bugatti Veyron costs less than a Nissan Versa

Finally, a Bugatti you can afford

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British car model maker, Amalgam Collection, has been building perfect bespoke scale models since 1995. They are well known for essentially scaling down the production process of a real car, no stone is left unturned, so much so that even the tire tread, fuel tank, and materials are all faithful to the original. That's why so many of their cars reach into the tens of thousands when it comes to price.

T​heir latest creation is a simply perfect 1:8 scale Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse White Edition, And it's all yours for slightly less than the price of a moderately equipped Nissan hatchback. The level of detail here is simply bonkers and would leave even James May in awe. Amalgam leveraged their unique relationship with Bugatti and as a result were able to access the original CAD files for the Veyron, scans of the interior, and even access to the original Bugatti finishes and leather colors. And as if that wasn't enough, once the model had been finished it was scrutinized by Bugatti engineers to make sure it was perfectly faithful to the original.

The Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse in itself remains a magnificent machine, it is still the fastest open-top production car with a top speed of just over 254 MPH. It is powered by Bugatti's legendary quad-turbocharged W16, a more powerful version of which can now be found in the Chiron, a car with a top speed of over 300 MPH.

U​nfortunately, however, in case you were planning on trading in your Nissan Versa for this budget-price Bugatti, you can't as it has already been sold to an anonymous buyer.


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Comments (18)

  • Surely the Koenigsegg Agera RS takes the record for the fastest open top car as the hard top on that can be removed and it achieved a top speed of 277 mph beating the Bugattis top speed

      9 months ago
  • =me acts dumb= that model can do 254mph? 😋

      9 months ago
  • Maybe the anonymus buyer will trade it with me

      9 months ago
  • As an architect, the all consuminge whiteness of this model makes me feel funny in a very good way

      9 months ago
  • When you have money and you don’t know what to do with it you buy something stupid

      9 months ago


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