The world’s most expensive car is heading towards UAE.
A mysterious UAE- based businessman has paid a whopping amount of $2.4 million for the Bugatti L’Or Blanc. It is Bugatti’s latest luxury convertible with a hefty price tag and even a porcelain caviar tray.
Setting back its mysterious owner a cool US$2.4 million (Dh8.8m), the Bugatti L'Or Blanc is the world's most expensive car, according to Bloomberg News.
Last week, the car was introduced in Berlin by Bugatti and German porcelain maker, KPM as they joined hands to introduce the fastest car in the world. It has also been fitted with wheel badges and porcelain fuel and oil caps. With beautifully white exterior and royal blue lines, this car truly rules the road.
Stefan Brungs, Bugatti's sales chief, said the unique additions to the car's design showed the brand's willingness to adapt.
"Installing porcelain in the world's fastest convertible car seems like a pretty odd idea ... but Bugatti has made a name for itself by not shying away from extravagant ideas," he said.
Very little is known about this mysterious owner, except that he owns approximately 800 cars. Only 300 of these Bugatti’s were made and the last one was sold last week.