All Bugattis are particular, however this one is slightly bit extra. That is the one-off Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Sang Bleu, constructed to rejoice the model’s one centesimal anniversary, and it’s heading to public sale at first of March by RM Sotheby’s.

This Veyron Grand Sport Sang Bleu was offered on the Pebble Seaside Concours d’Class in 2009. It stands out from all different Veyrons due to a mixture of royal blue carbon fiber throughout the hood and rear part whereas the fenders and door panels are created from polished aluminum.

Bugatti initially displayed this Veyron on the Idea Garden at Pebble Seaside and after Monterey Automotive Week, it used it at a handful of different promotional occasions, together with a personal showcase on the Frankfurt Motor Present. The one-off handed into the arms of its first personal proprietor in 2011 earlier than being acquired by the present consignor in 2013.

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Picture Credit: Darin Schnabel/RM Sotheby’s

Over the previous decade, the hypercar has been proven at a number of occasions throughout the southeastern United States and in September final 12 months, underwent a significant service by Braman Motors in Miami, Florida. It has been pushed simply 2,793 miles (4,494 km) since new and nonetheless wears the factory-original Michelin tires.

The inside of the automobile is simply as beautiful as the outside and is dominated by tan-colored leather-based with brushed aluminum accents and royal blue carbon fiber inserts throughout the dashboard. It additionally has particular plaques on the sills studying ‘Centenaire 2009 Pebble Seaside’ and appears to have been properly cared for over the previous 14 years.

Whereas the Bugatti Veyron is an absolute icon, costs of used fashions have hovered between $1 million and $2 million for a lot of the final decade, however given the provenance of this instance, we wouldn’t be shocked to see its worth improve over the approaching decade. The Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Sang Bleu is anticipated to promote for between $1.7 million and $2 million.

Picture Credit: Darin Schnabel/RM Sotheby’s