Eye-popping performance capabilities aside, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport is one of the rarest models ever produced by the iconic French marque. Looking to provide its own miniature take on the speedy late-2000s icon, Amalgam is doing what it does best and constructing a 1:8 scale rendition of the popular supercar, and it looks nearly as good as the full-scale model.
Keeping things as authentic as it tends to with each of its builds, Amalgam captures the essence of the Grand Sport model with every detail, right down to its transparent roof, as well as its bewildering exclusivity. Moreover, this immaculate recreation will be limited to a mere 99 pieces, whereas Bugatti only manufactured 150 legitimate Grand Sports.
This small-scale Veyron is highlighted by its hefty shrunken version of the big boy’s 8.0-liter W16 engine, its bright orange interior, and an incredibly accurate center console, with everything coming together to prove that this is not your average replica. The handcrafted 1:8 model measures 24 inches long, making for a gorgeous addition to any automotive enthusiast’s collection, considering this is about as close to the real car as many people will be able to get.
Exuding elegance from every angle, this is bound to look good on any shelf as its full-size inspiration does in a garage. Available in blue, black, white, or a unique bespoke choice, pick out your favorite take on the 2009 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport from Amalgam’s website, starting from $14,063.