Bugatti Grand Sport 16.4

Bugatti launched its Grand Sport at the ultra exclusive Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

Harry Metcalfe jostles with the world’s press and catches the Bugatti Grand Sport launch at the ultra exclusive Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Clips one to four show Grand Sport's grand entrance, removing the hardtop and then deploying Bugatti's emergency umbrella roof.

Finally, the chance to own the very first Grand Sport, to be built next March went up for auction at the Gooding auction on the Sunday, straight after the Concours had finished and the fourth video clip shows the moment the hammer went down at $2.9M dollars. The buyer would then have to pay a further 10% buyer premium on top of this so he ended up paying $3.2M just to be first in the queue. Amazing.

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