This car is only produced a few copies a year in France and the engine and technology are German. Under the bonnet, a modified osmolitan quad-turbo W16 is expected to develop more than 1,500 hp. From zero to 100 kilometers per hour it comes in 2.5 seconds, and the whole car is made of kevlar and nanomaterials.
"The annual maintenance of the" veirron "is 19,000 euros, and this service includes the replacement of all liquids, but also the general control of the car.You can pay 50,000 euros and the service is free, but you have to bring the car to the service, whatever the costs depend on where you drive, "says Stefan Vilkeman from Bugatia.
One of the biggest concerns is of course tires that you have to replace after every 4000 kilometers. "Bugati" does not recognize the warranty if any changes work outside the authorized service or if you purchase tires on the free market.
"The new tires cost 29,000 euros, every 16,000 kilometers you have to change the wheels, which costs an additional 45,000 euros.There are mobile lease teams in the Far East .The cost of the trip and the replacement of the wheelchair can amount to more than 100,000 euros. ", explains Vilkeman.
What is certain to accompany such a car is insurance, which is about 6,000 euros per month, or 72,000 per year. The world's most expensive car of 16 million euros will hardly be seen on the street, and when it gets involved in traffic, insurance companies will be using escorts to protect the vehicle while the owner is in a restaurant or at the reception.