Prince Bader is possible the most important Bugatti collector for newer Bugatti cars!
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Rolls Royce Wraith
The 31st of July 2016 Bugatti announced that Prince Bugatti’s of Prince Badr Bin Saud will become the new owner of the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo show car & first Chiron.
Text from Bugatti Instagram
bugatti#Bugatti is delighted to announce that both the world premiere show car of the new Bugatti #Chiron and the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo show car, the concept of which was developed for the upcoming video game “Gran Turismo Sport” @sony @playstation , conquered the heart of @b14 , a car enthusiast and Bugatti lover from Saudi Arabia, who purchased both vehicles to become the crowns of his private car collection. The customer was awarded the contract after submitting the most convincing bid.
worth is around 21 billion, well then you can afford to splurge on anything your heart desires even if it’s a car which is yet to be launched. The extremely wealthy Saudi Prince Badr bin Saud splashed more than five million on two Bugatti creations, currently one of the most expensive car manufactures.
According to Bugatti, Saudi Prince made an offer which was very hard to refuse which shouldn’t surprise anyone considering his vast wealth. Saudi Prince now is a proud owner of first Bugatti Chiron and Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo which was shown for the first time at Frankfurt 2015.
Both cars are pre-production concepts yet they will still have Bugatti’s quad-turbocharged 8.0-litre W16 engine. It’s unclear if the car is drivable but even if the car doesn’t actually run, they’ll make some pretty serious display pieces.
Apart from owing luxury cars, young Prince has love for guns which he often shares on his Instagram page.
The cars are not for sale but enquiries are welcome