First ever production model can be yours for £1.5million

The first ever production model of the Bugatti Veyron has been put up for sale.

The Veyron is being sold at a dealership in Beverly Hills for $2.4million (£1.5million) and it reportedly has just 400 miles on its odometer.

However, the owner is clearly looking to make money, as a new Veyron, of which only 300 will be produced, costs around £850,000.

The low mileage should mean the Veyron, with its #001 production number, is in mint condition. The car has 987bhp and travels from 0-62mph in 2.46sec.

Power comes for its 8.0-lite W16 engine, which can produce 922lb ft of torque.

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