Bugatti's new $18.7 million supercar was purchased by an anonymous buyer, making it the most expensive new car ever sold
- Bugatti has created and sold the most expensive new car ever.
- The car, called La Voiture Noire, is being sold for $18.7 million after-tax to a secret buyer
- The supercar was created to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Bugatti and the company's French heritage.
- La Voiture Noire is making its US debut at the Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance in California.
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Bugatti will give its La Voiture Noire, the world's most expensive new car, its US debut at Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance which begins Tuesday in Monterey, California, according to CNBC.
The car - which saw its original debut at the Geneva International Motor Show - has a price tag of $18.7 million. Only one example will be made and sold, and it's the exact car being exhibited.
The La Voiture Noire was made in celebration of Bugatti's 100th anniversary and pays homage to the company's history. Founder Ettore Bugatti's son Jean developed four Type 57 SC Atlantic coupes in the 1930s and drove one of his creations, naming it "La Voiture Noire."
The modernized and reinterpreted one-off supercar has already been sold to an anonymous male buyer, who agreed to purchase the car before it was even made. The mystery man won't get their hands on it for another two years at least, however.
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