A Bugatti Chiron owner is cashing in on a cool £1 million profit just four months after buying the car.
The 1,000-mile example will net its owner the seven-figure profit and will be the first used example for sale in the UK.
It's on sale at luxury and supercar dealership Romans International. The Surrey-based showroom is known for selling some of the world's most exotic and rare cars.
The hypercar is up for sale at a staggering £3.6 million – more than £1.1 million over the £2.5 million list price the current owner paid earlier this year.
As if that wasn't enough the car comes with some cracking optional extras including a luxurious leather and carbon-fibre interior at an eye-watering £53,000 and some carbon-fibre seats for £16,000.
The all-black Chiron was one of the first to have been delivered to the UK and is one of just 500 examples that Bugatti is set to build in the next decade.
Director of Romans International, Tom Jaconelli, said: "Although the Chiron is not yet sold out, if you place an order today you will be waiting at least three or four years before the car could be built and delivered, so we are offering the chance to 'jump the queue,' but of course there is a hefty premium to pay for this privilege.
"We often see the world's most beautiful and expensive cars in our showroom, but the Bugatti Chiron is the ultimate, it's the most desirable car in the world today and we're thrilled to have the first example openly for sale on the market."