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World’s Most Expensive Driving Tour For Bugatti Veyron Lovers

World’s Most Expensive Driving Tour For Bugatti Veyron Lovers
World’s Most Expensive Driving Tour For Bugatti Veyron Lovers

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.