Filthy rich? Uncertain about stocks? Then its time to park about €2.4 million in an investment guaranteed to be at least a helluva good time. One of five Bugatti Veyron Pur Sangs is up for sale at €2,375,000 (about $3.06 million at today’s rates.)

What makes the Pur Sang the rarest of the rare supercars is not about what it has, but rater what it doesn’t have: weight. These Veyrons are quicker because they went on a strict diet that included stripping the exterior down to bare aluminum and carbon fiber. About 220 lbs. were lost which represents about five percent of the car’s total weight.

So there you have it: pay more than a standard Veyron, but get less.


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badestofthebad  (608) posted on 02.12.2009

0-60 for this dieted version of the veyron have bin said to be 2.2 secs, crazy hot!!!

adrian  (90) posted on 02.12.2009

Amazing piece of engineering but in this case, the looks is not quite on my taste. The original Veyron looked so much better.

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