Jack Barclay Bugatti is hosting the display of six Veyrons
This is one of two Grand Sports, finished in Sprint Blue Pearl, and is on sale for £1.19m
This World Record Edition of the Veyron Super Sport celebrated the car's status as the world's fastest
This Grand Sport Vitesse, finished in blue carbon and blue accents is on sale for £1.61m
This elephant emblem was designed by Rembrant Bugatti and used on six Bugatti Royales built between 1926 and 1933
Anthony Liu signed the sill plates after setting a 408kph (253mph) record
The Grand Sport Vitesse is finished in a Jaune Soufre (sulphur yellow) and Olive Noir colour scheme
The largest-ever display of Bugatti Veyrons is on display at Jack Barclay Bugatti in London's Berkeley Square.
Worth an estimated £10m and producing more than 5000bhp collectively, the six Veyrons include the coupé and drop-top versions of the world's fastest street-legal cars, plus two Grand Sport and two Vitesse models.
The world record cars include the drop-top Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse that set the world record of 253.42mph earlier this year with Chinese driver Anthony Liu at the wheel. The coupé, which travelled at 267.82mph with ex-F1 driver Pierre-Henri Raphanel, is also on show.
The Veyron coupé ended production last year, with all 300 examples sold or spoken for. The company will build 150 open-topped cars, with around 70 still to be built for customers over the next two years.
Neither record-breaking car will be sold.
The display will run from June 10-15.