World’s Most Expensive Driving Tour For Bugatti Veyron Lovers

By Paul Joseph

For those who missed out on the chance to own a brand new Bugatti Veyron, which saw its final ever model produced earlier this year, do not give up hope of driving this iconic car.

A company named Global Racing Schools has created a unique European driving tour, undertaken behind the wheel of a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse (and that is the last time you will see the word ‘undertaken’ associated with a Veyron).

Priced at €64,350 for two people, those who take up the offer will fly into Stuttgart in Germany before spending an overnight stay at a 5-star hotel. The next morning they will enjoy a private guided tour of the Porsche and Mercedes factory museums, before embarking on a one-hour “warm up” drive.

After another stay in a luxury hotel, guests will enjoy a full day’s 250km scenic tour through the best forest trails and mountain passes of the Black Forest, crossing the Rhine into Switzerland and to the IWC watch factory, for a private guided tour.

The following day will see another 300km drive back to Baden Baden, first following a stretch of the de-restricted German Autobahn, then turning east into the forest. Guests will have lunch the 3 Star Michelin Stube at the Tonbach Hotel, before continuing back to Baden Baden for an overnight stay at the Brenners Park hotel.

The final morning’s drive will take a 100km loop of the Black Forest, before a private limo transfers guests back to Stuttgart.

A total of 450 Bugatti Vetrons were produced since it was first launched in 2005.

By Paul Joseph