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Some of these most expensive Bugatti cars were sold way beyond their manufacturing cost.

Bugatti has been one of the leading sports car brands in the world since more than a century ago. And it is pretty popular in United States, especially among NBA players and rappers. So, it should come as no surprise that people are willing to pay a lot of money to bring these most expensive Bugatti cars to their garage.

Although it has Italian name, Bugatti was actually a French car manufacturer founded in Germany. It was named after the Italian-born founder, Ettore Bugatti, and his family.

In this article, you will see the drastic change of Bugatti car models for some reasons. One of them is the fact that it stopped manufacturing in the 1950s due to the family’s tragedy before it was revived in the 1990s. And today, it is owned by Volkswagen.

Here we have fifteen of the world’s most expensive Bugatti cars. Some of them made it to the list for its retail price. And some others simply broke whopping records at auction houses. And for your viewing pleasure, we picked out some awesome photos of the cars as well. Enjoy!

15. Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt Bugatti, Meo Constantini, and Jean-Pierre Wimille Legend Edition ($2.7 million)

15 Most Expensive Bugatti Cars ever Sold in the World | #15. Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt Bugatti, Meo Constantini, and Jean-Pierre Wimille Legend Edition ($2.7 million)
15 Most Expensive Bugatti Cars ever Sold in the World | #15. Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt Bugatti, Meo Constantini, and Jean-Pierre Wimille Legend Edition ($2.7 million) | source: motorward.com

Bugatti has two main current models, Veyron and the latest, Chiron. And Bugatti Veyron has several other sub-models. Today, Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, or simply more commonly known as Vitesse, is the most expensive among all.

In 2013, Bugatti made a special series of Vitesse called Les Légendes de Bugatti. It was dedicated to the late Bugatti family members and racing legends.

There were six models of this special edition. They were produced as very limited editions and the price was not actually made public. Buyers need to contact the manufacturer if interested. But experts estimated the Rembrandt Bugatti, Meo Constantini, and Jean-Pierre Wimille editions were sold at around $2.7 million each.

The car you see on the picture above is the Rembrandt Bugatti edition. He was Ettore’s brother. And he was one of the world-renowned sculptors. His artistic side is represented within the car’s exterior and interior design.

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