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Autotrader Find: Bugatti Chiron for $4 Million

Although I’ve covered some Bugatti Chiron models before here on Autotrader Find, this is (in my opinion) the best one yet — largely because it’s finished in the car’s classic colors, boasting the black-and-blue exterior Bugatti used to show the vehicle before its official launch. Unfortunately, as desirable as the colors might make it seem, there’s a problem: This Chiron is currently offered for $4 million.

Admittedly, that’s not really a problem if you’re in the market for a Chiron, as that’s about what they’re going for. But it’s a problem if, say, you don’t have $4 million to spend on an automobile and instead your budget is closer to roughly 10 percent of that. Then you’ll never be able to experience 1,500 horsepower and a top speed of 261 miles per hour.

One unusual thing about the listing for this particular Chiron is that it’s offered in West Hollywood, California, by a private seller. I’m normally skeptical of private-seller supercar offerings, largely because there are the occasional scams, and because photographs can be gathered from anywhere for some attention-seeking person to make it look like they have an expensive car. But the listing for this Chiron shows 18 photos, all taken in the same place, and it provides a VIN for additional legitimacy.

Speaking of the VIN, the Carfax report is unusual, showing only one event: a sale listing from O’Gara Coach, the Bugatti dealership in Beverly Hills, from October. It appears the current owner bought the Chiron and never drove it — perhaps instead intending to flip it for a profit, as the current MSRP is somewhere below $3 million.

But regardless of the exact circumstances, here’s your chance to buy one of the ultimate cars ever made. Find a Bugatti Chiron for sale

Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.

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  1. I hope this makes a good hiding spot for the Chiron, as there should be no Koenigsegg Agera RS hunting for it.

    Nope, it doesn’t. Around the LA area (where Beverly Hills is) there is a white/blue Koenigsegg Agera RS not too far away.
  2. I found an all-black example of a Bugatti Chiron at O’Gara Coach La Jolla, the supercar dealer in San Diego, CA. It was displayed inside the dealer (they were open when I found it but the doors were locked so I couldn’t go inside) presumably due to the heavy rain at the time. It was a week after it, as well as a Lamborghini Centenario and an Aston Martin Vulcan, the San Diego GT 2018. That unit was already sold (SOLD tag on passenger windshield) when I found it, for $3 million+. It was the best day of my life. That was also my first Instagram post @pauljrharrington.

  3. Who has ever bought a Veryon or Chiron and got anywhere near its top speed?  Does VAG give Bugatti owners access to Ehra-Lessien for high-speed runs?
    • Actually VAG allowed you to experience the top speed of the Veyron at the Ehra-Lessien. I read that you could choose to do it in your own car or use theirs.

      I think that probably is the same perk available to Chiron buyers.
  4. If I could get financing for supercars, I’d buy a car for less than 3 million and selling it for 4 million.  Make a million easy.

    • The $3 million MSRP is more of suggestion, a base price on which fantastically expensive options are laid on. $57,000 monotone carbon fiber interior option, $9,100 CF mirror caps and if you want the exposed carbon body, you get to pay an additional $290,000 to have less color on your car! On the other hand, this is pretty cheap compared to buying, customizing and operating another helicopter or private plane… 

      There’s also buyers who might pay a modest markup to skip a build queue. According to Bugatti, it takes 6-8 months to build a Chiron, so I wouldn’t be surprised if can take a year or more between order to delivery

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