Bugatti has long been associated with producing some of the most exclusive cars on the planet so when they release a special edition car, people would want to keep tabs on where it goes.

Recently, one of those ‘one-off vehicles’ Bugatti created – the Bleu Centenaire – was spotted running around the streets of Kensington and by all accounts, still looks as beautiful and as expensive since the first time we saw it at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year.

While it’s not really a unique Bugatti super car – it’s “just” a special edition Veyron with a two-tone blue matte exterior – the Bleu Centenaire is still extremely unique considering it’s the only one of this kind in the entire world.

We figure that a car of this stature could only be found in the more affluent neighbourhoods in London so spotting it in Kensington – near a Harrod’s no less – doesn’t come as a surprise to us. Maybe the owner was shopping at the store widely considered the most expensive in the world. Well, if he can buy the Bleu Centenaire for $1.7 million, shopping at Harrod’s shouldn’t be a big deal.

Photos courtesy of Richard De Haus.


Source: GT Spirit

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  (6) posted on 08.24.2009

Spotted near A Harrod’s. To my knowledge, there is only one. There used to be a "branch" (Though not really) in buenos Aires, but I believe that in all the world there is only one, in Knightsbridge

  (180) posted on 08.24.2009

Is the picture even real? Anyway, I really love this car since I first saw it here in Topspeed earlier this year. I saw it once or twice in car shows but never really had the chance to drive it myself. Now that’s sad.

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