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$2.4 Million Bugatti Is Made Out Of Porcelain

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How do you make a $2.4 million car? Well, you take a really expensive car, a new Bugatti will do, and you stuff it full of porcelain.

The $2.4 million Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport L’Or Blanc was designed in collaboration with the Royal Porcelain Manufactory in Berlin and is considered to be the first car in the world to use porcelain pieces for exterior and interior design.

Dr. Stefan Brungs, Director of Sales and Marketing at Bugatti Automobiles, said:

“At first, it seems to be an unusual idea to use porcelain in a car, especially in the world’s fastest convertible… But this is what Bugatti stands for: the realization of exceptional ideas whilst striving for the utmost in quality and aesthetics. This allows us to continue Ettore Bugatti’s heritage, who himself loved to experiment with new materials.”

Unfortunately, the $2.4 million Bugatti probably won’t find itself in your garage. For one, the price is a little high. And two, only one Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport L’Or Blanc was created.

Here are some photos of the porcelain laced $2.4 million Bugatti.

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What do you think of the porcelain Bugatti?

Celebrities like Jay Leno, Steven Tyler, and Eric Clapton are known for their love of expensive cars, but will they be willing to drop $2.4 billion on a really fast porcelain tea cup? Someone will. Last year a Ferrari Testa Rossa was auctioned off for more than $16 million.

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25 Responses to “$2.4 Million Bugatti Is Made Out Of Porcelain”

  1. Matt Berry

    …"but will they be willing to drop $2.4 billion on a really fast porcelain tea cup? Someone will." I think this car costs 2.4 Million not BILLON…. this isn't the Mar's Rover Curiosity.

  2. Matt Berry

    NICE TYPO at the end…"but will they be willing to drop $2.4 billion on a really fast porcelain tea cup? Someone will." I think this car costs 2.4 Million not BILLON…. this isn't the Mar's Rover Curiosity.

  3. Scott Michael Wilson

    2.4 mil and no cup holders or toilet roll dispenser for that matter…someone elses car that will never be driven.

  4. Jimmy Lechuga

    It must be nice to have the money to pursue such a useless idea. What a waste.

  5. Andrew Konwerski

    Still the same old ugly veyron design with the front air intake all puckered up like a cock receptacle.

  6. Jon Norman

    #1 If you have more than $2 Million to spend on a car, why would you buy the regular Veyron instead of the Super Sports model?

    #2 considering how much weight porcelain probably adds, this car has to be slower than the regular Veyron. Not to mention you almost can't drive it since it'll depreciate the second you touch it.

    #3 The car would be better if the entire body was made of carbon fiber.

  7. Clayton Phillips

    a typo on this article. its not 2.4 "billion" as it says in the following line. Celebrities like Jay Leno, Steven Tyler, and Eric Clapton are known for their love of expensive cars, but will they be willing to drop $2.4 billion on a really fast porcelain tea cup?

  8. Joshua Morse

    Why can't the editors check these things. Billions versus Millions matters.

  9. Anonymous

    2.4 million or 2.4 billion on top it says million and at the end of the article it says billion.