An Arab Prince is Rumored to Have Bought the Most Expensive Car in the World

The Most Expensive Car in The World

New rumors spread about a well-known Arab figure who bought the most expensive car in the world! Which is priced at US $ 18.9 million equivalent to SR 70,875,000.

We are talking about the only car of its kind in the world; Bugatti La Voiture Noire, which was introduced to us by our colleague Suhaib Shashaa when it officially appeared at the Geneva Motor Show 2019 in March.

King Abdullah bin AbdulAziz Al Saud

After denying rumors about Cristiano Ronaldo buying this legendary French car, expectations began to circle around a Saudi prince that many of our followers might know, Prince Badr Al Saud.

The grandson of the late Saudi King , Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud,  has bought the first Bugatti Chiron in the world, and owned the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo before he sold it again.

 

 

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After he posted photos of Bugatti La Voiture Noir on his personal Instagram account, Rumor of him buying the world’s most expensive car spread around Prince Badr Al-Saudi, However, the Saudi prince did not write anything on this picture, which is further intriguing.

The name of this French car means “the black car”, and the design is inspired by the classic Bugatti type 57sc Atlantic. The car looks really vicious with a structure made of carbon fiber, smooth lines, and an aggressive air diffuser, in addition to 6 exhaust outlets and distinctive rims.

Mechanical Specifications:

The most expensive car in the world is no different from the Bugatti Chiron specifications that we have already test-driven, both cars have an 8-liter W16 engine with four turbochargers generating 1479 hp (1500 PS PS) and 1600 Nm .

2020 Bugatti La voiture noire

Just as a reminder, the Bugatti La Voiture Noire became the most expensive new car in the world after it took the title from the $ 12.8 million Rolls-Royce Sweptail (SAR 48 million).

Until now, nothing is confirmed, but In the coming days, we will know for sure if La Voiture Noire was bought by Prince Badr Al Saud or not.

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