The Bugatti Veyron has been converted into a limousine in the United States

The Bugatti Veyron has been converted into a limousine in the United States

In America, everything has to be bigger, longer and more ridiculous. For example, we know the limousine ‘American Dream’, the American float of 30.5 meters (officially the longest car in the world), but in America there is also the so-called Bugatti Veyron Stretch Limo.

Bugatti Veyron Stretch Limo

Imitating existing models does not work equally well for everyone. In the past we have seen copies of almost every model in existence, unique, and Bugatti models are no exception. Following on from this roadworthy, wooden Bugatti, is the limousine version of the Veyron. The body is offered in a “special color”, while the black wheels are also unique to this four-wheeler.

Again, no real Veyron was used here, but the builders have copied it completely in detail. There are even gull-wing doors on it, something the original Veyron is reserved for. An extended version of the French hypercar was created a few years ago by USA Replica Car and even appeared briefly in a video clip by none other than Pitbull, ‘Greenlight’.

The large gull wing door at the back of the limo probably doesn’t make it easy to get in and out of the back. The powerful limousine has an all-new 4.6-liter V8 engine. With only 400 kilometers on the clock, the highest bidder can still make thousands of trips with the car.

Highest bid on a Veyron limousine

The interior is very American and at the same time very wrong. We see decorative cushions with red jewels, long sofas, red tinted windows, a TV screen and interior lighting, which can be operated via a touch screen. The aft chamber is also temperature controlled and the premium suspension ensures that your champagne stays in your glass at prime speed.

The limousine was offered during the Mecum Auctions auction in the state of Florida. The hammer was finally raised for €75,000. That amount is nothing compared to the purchase price of a real Bugatti Veyron: at least €1.3 million.