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Amalgam’s Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Looks Like The Real Thing

Just like the car, the 1:8 scale replica isn’t priced like anything else.

Amalgam Collection is recognised for producing very accurate scale copies of old and classic autos, some of which are weathered to the extent that the world is familiar with them. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport is the company’s most recent model, a targa top version of the French marque’s renowned and record-breaking Veyron.

Amalgam’s 1:8 scale model is limited to only 99 samples, just like the real object, which was limited to only 150 pieces. And, yes, the pricing is comparable to the actual thing.

The scale replica of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport by Amalgam is entirely constructed. It was created with Bugatti’s collaboration and support to ensure that the details, original finishes, and materials are accurate representations of the actual thing.

As you can see, the teamwork paid off, as the scale model is nearly identical to the genuine item. Thanks to the utilisation of original CAD and extremely precise digital scanning of the original automobile, the attention to detail used in creating this copy is incredible. Furthermore, the finished product was examined by Bugatti’s technical and design teams to ensure perfect accuracy of representation.

Three colour schemes are available for the Limited Edition Amalgam Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport scale model: white with a coffee interior, black with an orange interior, and blue with a cognac interior. Each unit costs $14,023, albeit the white variant is now out of stock.

A replica of the one-of-a-kind Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Venet is also available, for $18,237. Bernar Venet, a French painter and sculptor, designed the customised Bugatti, which was initially displayed to the public in December 2012 at the Rubell Family Collection during Art Basel Miami Beach.

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Source: Amalgam Collection

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