If you could buy the Batmobile, how much would you pay for it? Remember, there is only one of them. You would be buying it from the Bat in Black himself, but suppose he couldn’t sell it to you for another two and a half years. Why? Who knows. He senses a crime wave in Gotham or something,
You still in? It’s the Batmobile, for Pete’s sake, of course you are.
Here’s the deal, Batman will sell his one-of-a-kind, super-cool Batmobile to you (although you will not lay eyes on it for another 2.5 years) to the tune of $18,900,000.00. That’s a lot of zeroes.
One last thing, the Batmobile isn’t actually the Batmobile, it’s La Voiture Noire. And it’s not really Batman selling it to you, it’s Bugatti. You still in? Bugatti is betting that there’s a special sort of customer who is very much still in and will pay that hefty price tag for the chance to own a one-of-kind car that is more like a piece of art than anything else. So Bugatti has come out with the most expensive car ever bought or sold: La Voiture Noire.
The Mona Lisa of vehicles
In a way, this car is more like a piece of art, or an undeniable declaration of wealth. Like art, La Voiture Noire’s value will immediately start to appreciate when it drives off the lot, not depreciate like a normal car’s value.
It is the status symbol aimed at a group of consumers who really know what a status symbol means. Among the super rich, this car will stand out from all the other Lamborghinis, Jaguars, and Rolls Royces. It is the only one of its kind in existence; it makes sense that its name translates literally to “the Black Car.” With its sleek lines and dazzling pitch-black coat with subtle accents of red and white, there’s no mistaking it for any other.
Achim Anschiedt, the designer, decided upon the iconic all-black look. Painted with a one-of-a-kind coat, La Voiture Noire is a homage to the Bugatti 57SC Atlantic, a luxury car built between 1934 and 1940 and designed by Jean Bugatti, Ettore’s son. The all-black variant used on the Atlantic was lost in the Second World War, making La Voiture Noire a true emblem of lost luxury.
Bang for your buck
In fact, it is not the new Bugatti’s performance enhancements that hiked up its price. The steep increase is due entirely to its fanciness and rareness, Bugatti made no changes at all relative to the Chiron. It also earns the title of most expensive car ever built and sold. For a crowd that enjoys the finer things in life, this is the finest of them all.
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