The cost of owning a Bugatti Veyron is overwhelming; set of tires cost $38,417

You’re probably really jealous of those lucky few driving around in a Bugatti Veyron. Well, once you figure out how much it costs to maintain one, you won’t be that disappointed.

You may think that those lucky guys driving the Veyron can very well afford the operating cost of the supercar but when you hear stories of one Veyron owner who has his trailered to his favorite road while he follows in an executive jet since it’s cheaper – you start to get a little curious.

According to AutoCar, a routine service for a Veyron costs a whopping £12,866 ($21,033 USD), whereas an annual service for a Ferrari Enzo is £1680 ($2,746 USD). A set of new tires will run you £23,500 ($38,417 USD), and that’s because they have to be capable of handling a top speed of 253 mph. Moving forward, every fourth tire change, the Veyron’s wheels must be replaced, leaving you with a bill of £7050 ($11,525 USD) per wheel.

Feel better? Good. So do we.

– By: Kap Shah

Source: AutoCar