Bugatti Chiron is one of the most expensive cars that you can buy in the world. There are only a few limited numbers of the hypercar sold in the market world over. There is no modern-day Bugatti car in India but if you travel to UAE, you will be able to see plenty of them on the roads. Well, not only expensive cars, you will be able to spot some most expensive number plates in the world. Here is one such registration number, which is much more expensive than the price of the car! Let’s know more about it.
The video by Mo Vlogs shows a Bugatti Chiron that belongs to his friend. This is the Chiron Sport that has a price of around Rs 25 crores in Dubai depending on the customisation options and extras chosen by the customer. While the exact price of the Bugatti Chiron depends on the customisation option, the most expensive thing on this car is the registration number. It costs a whopping $7,000,000 that roughly translates into Rs 52 crores! It is a massive amount and is more than double the price of the car itself.
As the video explains, the price of such registration numbers depends on the size of the number. Since it has only one number, the price is so much. Also, the price of such registration numbers keeps on increasing with time. So there are many who invest in such plates and sell them at a later date to make money. However, in most cases, these number plates are sold through auction, which is why they cost so much.
Even though the cost of this Dubai registration plate is Rs 52 crore, there are more expensive numbers compared to this. In the UK, the registration plate “F1” has a value of about Rs 132 crores. Even that F1 registration plate is placed on a Bugatti but that’s a Veyron. Last year, an Indian who is settled in Dubai spent around Rs 60 crore on his favourite number plate. In an auction, the businessman Balvinder Singh bought the registration plates for his new Rolls Royce. There are many such number plates in UAE.
Now talking about the car, the Bugatti Chiron Sport is one of the most powerful production vehicles ever made. It draws power from a massive 8.0-litre W12 Quad-turbocharged petrol engine that generates a massive 1,479 Bhp. It can do 0-100 km/h in just 2.4 seconds and can reach the top speed of 420 km/h! It has extensive use of carbon fibre all around the car and it is more powerful than the regular Chiron.