Earlier this week we showed you the new Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport after it was revealed in Pebble Beach. Only a day after this unvieling it was auctioned off by Gooding & Company. The new owner will get a chance to work with the Bugatti factory and have the new supercar built to their personal specifications.
With the Grand Sport prototype up on the auction block, bidding started at $1.7 million and finally rested with a final offer of $2.9 million. The auction premium of 10 percent then brought the total to $3.19 million.