This Bugatti Veyron prototype took 4 months to restore to top condition
This Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Concept was built 13 years ago and has now been restored by the company’s La Maison Pur Sang division, which took four months.
The original Grand Sport debuted at various motor shows and presentations (watch the video for an example) and was later sold into a private collection. The company bought it back last year.
The restoration team began by checking the authenticity of the car as a whole and all of its individual components. Once convinced that it was 100% original, it proceeded to restore the exterior finish, the cognac-colored leather in the cabin, and the center console.
Bugatti makes no claims as to where the supercar might go next, but it does point out that restoring such rare vehicles to their peak condition always pays off due to their collector’s value. As such, it is willing to take restoration requests from customers.
Other luxury carmakers, such as Ferrari, Nissan and Porsche, also have similar initiatives running.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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