The owners of Bugatti Veyron and Chiron, a group that could probably buy a small country, recently gathered in France's Basque Region for Bugatti's 2023 European Grand Tour. The event saw 28 Bugattis hitting the road, including the Veyron, Chiron, Divo, and the exclusive Chiron Profilée, which went under the hammer for a jaw-dropping €9.79 million ($10.6 million) earlier this year.
The tour kicked off in Biarritz with a night at the luxurious Hôtel Du Palais. The hypercar caravan cruised around the beautiful Bay of Biscay, ventured into Spain for a visit to the Chillida Leku museum, explored the bay's hillsides, and then made its way back to Hôtel Du Palais.
On the second day, the convoy headed to the Atlantic Pyrenees, reaching the Roncevaux Pass, stopping in Etxarri Aranatz for lunch, and then crossing the peaks of France and Spain to the Marqués De Riscal Hotel in the La Rioja Alavesa wine region.
The tour made a stop at the Navarra Circuit, giving owners a chance to unleash their hypercars. The tour wrapped up with a final drive through the Basque Region and a visit to the iconic Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.
The lineup of Bugatti models showcased during the event was nothing short of spectacular. Along with eye-catching vehicles like a vivid yellow Divo and a one-of-a-kind Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse with a blue paint job evoking Transformers, the Chiron Profilée stole the show.