One of world's most expensive cars sporting the UK's priciest license plate will appear at the 2009 MPH Show. Afzal Kahn's white Bugatti Veyron may also go on the market, but only if Jenson is buying.
Project Kahn owner Afzal Kahn will lend his soft white Bugatti Veyron to the 2009 MPH Show which features Top Gear Live. Already the world's most expensive production supercar, the 407km/h Veyron comes complete with the "F1" license plate, the most expensive in the UK. Bought for £440,625 from the Essex County Council over a year and a half ago. The plate had been owned by that Council since 1904.
Kahn is not selling the car but concedes that if a sale did take place, newly-crowned F1 world champion Jenson Button would be the preferred buyer. However, Button recently put his own Veyron up for £899,995, so perhaps Kahn's strategy isn't so realistic, although it's doubtful that selling the car is the intended outcome for mentioning Button's name.
If the Bugatti is not your thing you can always attend for other exotics like the £1 million GTbyCITROËN or the rumoured Pagani Zonda R. The show runs from 5 to 8 November at Earls Court in London.