A series of super rare Bugatti Veyron cars were confiscated in Europe

Four million-dollar Bugatti Veyron super products have just been confiscated by European police because of fraud.

In Germany, the country's police have just confiscated four Bugatti Veyrons due to involvement in an international fraud. Accordingly, the four Bugatti Veyrons recently confiscated by German police at a warehouse in Munich all belong to the limited collection "Les Légendes de Bugatti" with very limited quantities.

According to media, the confiscated vehicles are related to the 1MDB fraud and corruption case that shocked the world. The "Les Légendes de Bugatti" collection only has 18 Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse units produced, this collection pays tribute to 6 individuals and car models that have influenced the brand. 4 of the 18 confiscated cars belong to variants including Rembrandt Bugatti, Black Bess, Jean-Pierre Wimille and Meo Constantini.

The Jean-Pierre Wimille variant is considered the first Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse of the "Les Légendes de Bugatti" collection launched in August 2013. The car is a tribute to the test driver who also won Bugatti's first victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1937 and 1939.

The exterior of this version is inspired by the Bugatti Type 57G Tank that Jean-Pierre Wimille drove at the 1937 race. The Meo Costantini variant is the third car in the collection, launched in November 2013. in Dubai. Meo Costantini is a close friend of the brand's founder, Mr. Ettore Bugatti. He is also the crew chief and a Bugatti racer, once winning the Targa Florio race in Sicily.

This version is designed similarly to the Bugatti Type 35 that Meo Costantini once drove. In addition to the Bugatti Dark Blue Sport details, the body is made from a finely polished monolithic aluminum surface.

The Rembrandt Bugatti variant is taken from the name of the brand founder's younger brother, who is also a talented sculptor. Rembrandt Bugatti's bronze works often depict animals vividly. 

One of his famous works is the Dancing Elephant which was first used on the Bugatti Type 41 Royale, and later became the symbol of the brand. This version has a brown carbon fiber body similar to his works. The car was first introduced at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.

Finally, the Black Bess version, inspired by the Bugatti Type 18 Black Bess, was one of the first supercars that could be used legally on the street. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse Black Bess has a black carbon fiber body with 24k gold-plated details. This super product first appeared at the 2014 Auto China exhibition.

These versions are all developed on the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse model - a convertible variant of the Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, the car is equipped with a typical W16 engine block, 8.0L capacity, giving 1,200 horsepower and torque. -torque 1,500 Nm

Comes with a 7-speed DSG gearbox. According to the manufacturer, this hypercar model is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.6 seconds, before reaching a maximum speed limited to 410km/h. The average price of this collection is about 2.5 million USD, equivalent to more than 61 billion VND for each piece.

In Vietnam, there is only one Bugatti Veyron currently owned by coffee giant Trung Nguyen - Dang Le Nguyen Vu. This hypercar returned to the country in 2012, under the repatriation status of overseas Vietnamese and was once owned by businessman Pham Tran Nhat Minh. At that time, the value of the French hypercar in Ho Chi Minh City was rumored to be up to about 40 billion. According to some sources, the unique Bugatti in Vietnam currently costs about 50 billion.

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