A one-off Bugatti Veyron has cropped up for sale in Hong Kong, and according to the odometer, it's never been driven.
The special edition hypercar was reportedly commissioned by famed jewellers Tiffany & Co, and features the company's signature robin-egg blue colour on the wheels, exterior trim and throughout the cabin.
It has been listed for sale by Dubai-based dealer Knight International, who posted an ad for the highly desirable car on luxury website James Edition.
The listing on the website reads: "The car has never been driven, featuring delivery mileage and original factory covers on the seats and steering wheel."
No asking price has been included in the advert, but given the Veyron's extreme exclusivity, it is likely to be upwards of £2 million.
Although the Knight International website states that the car is located in Hong Kong, the company has said that global delivery can be arranged.
Powering the Veyron is a gigantic 8.0-litre, quad-turbo W16 engine that produces 987bhp and 1,250Nm of torque, and is capable of firing the hypercar from 0-60mph in an incredibly rapid 2.5 seconds.
However, Bugatti released an even faster version of the Veyron in 2010 – the Super Sport. With 1,180bhp and 1,500Nm of torque, the uprated hypercar broke its predecessor's world record, hitting a top speed of 268mph.
It currently retains its title as the world's fastest production car, although it could be beaten by the new Bugatti Chiron, which has an estimated top speed of 288mph.