The great city of Cannes in South of France continues to make headlines these days thanks to a herd of rare and expensive hyper cars brought there this summer by wealthy travelers, most of them Arabs. We have seen some pretty epic hypercar scenes this past couple of weeks, and this one is definitely in the top five.
What we have here is a super-rare trio including a red Ferrari LaFerrari, a yellow McLaren P1, and a unique brown Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, better known as Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt special edition. All three have Qatari number plates, and judging by those numbers the owner must be a high-ranking royalty. According to some reports, shipping these cars from the Middle East to Europe via cargo jets costs up to 20,000 Euros per vehicle!
The highlight of this lineup is undoubtedly the Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt. It belongs to the limited edition Legends series, which means it is limited to just three units and has cost its owner around 2.2 million Euros. The car pays homage to Rembrandt Bugatti, an artist in the Bugatti family who apparently had a special talent for capturing the movement of animals at their most expressive moment.