Bugatti debuts the most expensive new car ever

If you're in the market for a luxury vehicle, Bugatti has one for the eye-watering price of £10m before taxes. The French sports car company debuted the La Voiture Noire at the Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland.

The one of a kind car was made in honour of Bugatti's 110th anniversary. The souped up ride features 1149 hp quad-turbocharged W-16 engine, six tailpipes in back and a carbon fibre body.

The shape of the car is also a homage to the classic Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic, and with that £10m plus price, it's the most expensive new car ever!

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A Bugatti La Voiture Noire car is displayed at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland March 5, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
Workers lift the cloth from a Bugatti Automobiles SAS La Voiture Noire ultra luxury automobile on the opening day of the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. The show near Lake Leman, which opens to the public from March 7 to 17, will be the first gilded showcase of the year for the likes of Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, and Pininfarina, among others. Photographer: Stefan Wermuth/Bloomberg via Getty Images
GENEVA, March 5, 2019-- Photo taken on March 5, 2019 shows the Bugatti La Voiture Noire at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland. Bugatti unveiled here Tuesday La Voiture Noire sold for 11 million Euro (12.4 million USD), making it the most expensive new car ever. (Xinhua/Xu Jinquan) (Xinhua/ via Getty Images)
GENEVA, March 5, 2019 -- Photo taken on March 5, 2019 shows the Bugatti La Voiture Noire at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland. Bugatti unveiled here Tuesday La Voiture Noire sold for 11 million Euro (12.4 million USD), making it the most expensive new car ever. (Xinhua/Xu Jinquan) (Xinhua/ via Getty Images)
A worker dusts the bodywork of a Bugatti Automobiles SAS La Voiture Noire ultra luxury automobile on display on the opening day of the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. The show near Lake Leman, which opens to the public from March 7 to 17, will be the first gilded showcase of the year for the likes of Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, and Pininfarina, among others. Photographer: Stefan Wermuth/Bloomberg via Getty Images
The Bugatti Automobiles SAS La Voiture Noire ultra luxury automobile sits on display on the opening day of the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. The show near Lake Leman, which opens to the public from March 7 to 17, will be the first gilded showcase of the year for the likes of Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, and Pininfarina, among others. Photographer: Stefan Wermuth/Bloomberg via Getty Images
The Bugatti Automobiles SAS La Voiture Noire ultra luxury automobile sits on display on the opening day of the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. The show near Lake Leman, which opens to the public from March 7 to 17, will be the first gilded showcase of the year for the likes of Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, and Pininfarina, among others. Photographer: Stefan Wermuth/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A Bugatti La Voiture Noire car is displayed at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland March 5, 2019. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy
A Bugatti La Voiture Noire car is displayed at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland March 5, 2019. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy
A Bugatti La Voiture Noire car is displayed at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland March 5, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
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If you still think you can afford this multi-million dollar vehicle, unfortunately it's already off the market.

The company described the anonymous buyer as a Bugatti enthusiast who snatched it up for a about £15m after taxes and fees.

CNBC reports industry officials think it could be Ferdinand Piech, the former Chairman of Volkswagen Group, which is parent company of Bugatti.

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