Ever wondered what a nine-figure Bugatti supercar collection looks like?
Well, Supercar Blondie’s Alex Hirschi has taken to YouTube to walk us through an incredible private collection.
You can watch it here!
As she opens the voice-assisted garage doors, she rubs her hands together as the Bugatti collection slides into view.
“Isn’t this the best view in the world?” she says.
The Bugatti Divo, aka the “Lady Bug”, is adorned with around 1.6K red diamond stencils on the bodywork.
It took two years to design but Bugatti said applying the little red diamonds was the tricky bit.
“Owing to the three-dimensional, sculptural form of the Divo with its contours, curves and ribs, the 2D-printed diamonds became distorted”, the brand said.
The difficulty was in trying “to match data with reality” because they didn’t want to risk making the diamonds look “distorted” due to the concave surface of the car.
Parked right next to the Divo is a Bugatti Chiron, and not just any Chiron, but the first Bugatti Chiron to ever land in the US.
Nicknamed the “Hellbee”, it has a unique yellow and black colorway that extends to the interior.
The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse L’Or Rouge “Hellbug” is next.
And it’s the car’s unique paintwork that gets Alex really excited.
Then finally, we have the $3m Pagani Huayra Roadster and its beautifully designed side-view mirrors.
Viewers were unsurprisingly astonished at the Bugatti collection, with one describing it as “one of the dopest collections ever”.
And we have to agree.