Most expensive Bugatti cars purchased by celebs – The Bugatti. Don’t we all wish we had such a beautiful car? Unfortunately, the average Joe can’t afford this gem because there aren’t many cars with the price tag like that of the Bugatti.
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The company’s Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse for example, is the fastest convertible in the world. It’s capable of going 254 mph. and comes with a staggering price tag of $2.35 million.
The Bugatti is the ultimate status symbol. It’s sleek, fast and for a car, pretty darn sexy. For the single male celebs, it is one smoking hot chic magnet.
Despite its incredibly expensive price tag, the Bugatti is a popular choice among celebrities and other extremely wealthy people. Bugattis are owned by actors, athletes, musicians, real estate moguls and whoever else can afford one. Celebrities also drop extra cash to have their Bugatti customized with whatever they can think of that nobody else likely has.
Some of the most expensive Bugattis ever sold are sitting in the garages of some of the biggest celebrities. For some celebrities (like Floyd Mayweather) there are even more than one Bugatti parked in their garage. Here is a look at 13 of the most expensive Bugattis ever sold.
13. Chris Brown’s Bugatti Veyron – $1.5 Million
Chris Brown likes his cars sleek and fast. The Bugatti Veyron caught his eye and he paid $1.5 million for the red sports car. Brown’s expensive ride is capable of speeds of up to 253 miles per hour. Brown picked up the car than showed off his new wheels by taking fellow singer Omarion, shopping at a Louis Vuitton store.
Since 2005, only around 200 Veyron models have been built and delivered to their new owners. The Bugatti name comes from the French racing driver Pierre Veyron. Veyron raced for the Bugatti Company and in 1939, he won the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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