2009 Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir

2 000 000 EUR

2009 Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir

2 000 000 EUR
  • Model
    Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir
  • Year
    2009 January
  • Condition
    Original
  • Body Type
    Coupe
  • Fuel Type
    Petrol
  • Power
    736 kw (1,001 hp)
  • Mileage
    700 km
  • Address
    Marina de Cascais, 2750 Cascais, Portugal
  • Country
  • Published
    May 05, 2024
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VIN
N/A
Color
Black
Metallic
No
Engine
8.0 Liter W 16
Engine Number
N/A
Chassis Number
N/A
Gearbox
Semi-automatic
Steering Wheel
LHD
Drive Wheels
RWD
1st Reg. Country
Italy
Doors
2/3
Interior Color
Multicolor
Riviera MotorSports
Riviera MotorSportsAv. Rei Humberto II de Italia Marina de Cascais - Loja 59 2750-800
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Description

Riviera MotorSports is proud to present the 1 of only 12 produced 2009 Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir. The image posted in the advert is for representation purpose only. Images and supporting documents will be provided upon serious request.
Descriptors such as “world’s fastest car” and “1,000+ horsepower” are sure to get you waved into the most visible and privileged parking spots at your local Cars and Coffee event, but they just scratch the surface in the Bugatti Veyron’s story. Everything else on this car’s data sheet—from engine specs to MSRP—is as breathtaking now as when the car came to market in 2005.

When the Bugatti name was revived by Volkswagen in 1998, its first production project was a mid-engined supercar that would surpass previously accepted street supercar boundaries in price, performance, and sanity. Prototypes were running in 2003 with the first production examples leaving the French factory in 2005. The Veyron’s carbon-fiber cockpit cell has attached to it a unique 8-liter, W-configured 16-cylinder, 64-valve motor that utilizes four turbochargers to push enough boost through its plenum for 1,001 horsepower upon the cars introduction—with more powerful editions following. This power is sent to all four wheels via a six-speed sequential gearbox propelling the car to a 250+ mph top speed, and reeling all of this in is Brembo carbon brakes as well as an honest-to-goodness airbrake that deploys out of the rear bodywork.
Over the Veyron’s production run, Bugatti has issued dozens of limited editions given the cars’ low production numbers to date. Most memorable of all special editions is the Super Sport and the Targa-roof Gran Sport Vitesse, both with 1,200 horsepower.
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