The Bugatti is one of the most stylish and luxurious automobiles. Owning a Bugatti demonstrates your standing in society. The vehicle is widely used by residents in developed countries.
The Bugatti has a petrol engine with a capacity of 7993cc and 16 cylinders. These features make the Bugatti one of the most stunning and powerful vehicles in history. Wondering whether there is a Bugatti in Kenya? Well let us find out!
Yes, there is a Bugatti in Kenya. The Bugatti was spotted in Mombasa and was identified to be the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse.
How Much Does A Bugatti Veyron Cost In Kenya?
A Bugatti Veryon will cost about Ksh. 300 million on average.
Who Has The Most Expensive Car in Kenya?
Here is a list of the top four people with the most expensive cars in Kenya. Take a look:
1. Raju Sangani
Raju Sangani is a well-known tycoon here in Kenya. He owns the magnificent American Escalade, which costs about Ksh.40 million. The vehicle is extremely powerful and has some unique and stunning specifications.
Raju Sangani is considered to be the first owner of the Roll Royce Phantom Convertible here in Kenya. It is said that the Roll Royce Phantom Convertible cost more than 45 million Kenya shillings.
2. Chris Kirubi
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class Maybach is one of the most expensive vehicles owned by Chris Kirubi. It is said that he bought the vehicle for Ksh. 48 million with taxes.
The vehicle can sprint at a speed of 100km per minute. This makes the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Maybach a game changer in terms of speed.
3. Ronald Karauri
Ronald Karauri is popularly known as the CEO of Sport Pesa. He owns among the most expensive cars in Kenya, which is the Mercedes-Maybach S600.
It is said that Ronald Karuri bought his classy car for Ksh.50 million, exclusive of the cost of the number plate
4. President Uhuru Kenyatta
Last on our list, we have the Mercedes-Benz Pullman S600 Guard, which is owned by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The vehicle falls under the category of the most expensive cars in Kenya. Its cost is about Ksh.150 million.