Solid gold, diamond-encrusted model of a Bugatti Veyron costs £2 million
16 June 2010

This solid gold, diamond-encrusted model of a Bugatti Veyron costs £2 million - more than the supercar itself.

The Bugatti Veyron Diamond Limited Edition model is 1:18 scale, and is made of solid 24-carat gold, platinum and adorned with 7.2 carat single cut flawless diamonds. The doors and bonnet are functional, as is the steering.

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The model is the work of Munich-based Robert Gulpen and Liverpool-based Stuart Hughes.Only 3 will be made.

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16 June 2010

Mmmmmm, classy!!


16 June 2010

Impressive but hideous. The sort of tat they might sell in Harrods these days.

16 June 2010

I'm really at a loss to understand why anyone would want to buy one.

16 June 2010

What's the betting that all three will be bought by Arabs?

16 June 2010

Impressive, 2 million quid for something that looks like it was won at bingo.

16 June 2010

And next they'll be selling them in pink.

16 June 2010

Why??? What for????

16 June 2010

At least it probably doesn't cost 5 times its retail cost to produce, unlike the real Verywrong...

16 June 2010

If, as VW claim, Veyrons are produced at a huge loss, why bother making them? Produce these solid gold models instead and make a huge killing.

16 June 2010

The fact that they'll probably sell all three is proof that God gave all the money to the wrong people...

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Bugatti Veyron
The world doesn't need a car like the Bugatti Veyron, but the fact it exists at all is reason for celebration

The Bugatti Veyron redefines what's possible in a road car, but does it justify its eye-watering price?

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