Bonhams Are Selling 25 Hypercars Worth Over £10 Million With No Reserve
Bonhams, the famous international auction house, will be offering up a collection of 25 supercars, hyper cars and luxury cars, with no reserve in place!
The scale of this auction is unparalleled with a grouped valuation of well over £10,000,000. Although a lot of the cars that will be on offer haven’t yet been released.
We do know however that the auction will include a Lamborghini Veneno, a Ferrari LaFerrari, Koenigsegg One, McLaren P1 and a Bugatti Veyron.
The auction is being held on behalf of the State of Geneva, and will take place at the prestigious Bonmont Golf & Country Club in Switzerland on the 29th September 2019.
The luxury country club features a 12th century abbey, which will be the location of the auction. This abbey is next to a former chateau with stunning views overlooking Lake Geneva. It will be a truly magnificent backdrop to a spectacular collection of prestige cars.
Due to the collection being offered for sale by the State of Geneva, there won’t be a reserve on any of the cars. However we doubt there will be may bargains on offer due to the value of the cars.
What Supercars Will Be On Offer In Geneva?
There will be a wide range of marques on offer at the auction, from luxury, prestige and performance manufacturers. The collection will offer something for everybody, ranging from the highest performing hyper cars, through to luxury coupes and convertibles.
Although a complete auction list hasn’t been divulged, we do know that there will be a range of marques offered including; Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Maybach and more.
One of the most spectacular offerings will be one of only nine Lamborghini Veneno Roadsters in existence.
The Veneno is marketed as the ultimate Lamborghini, and is the most expensive Lamborghini ever produced, valued at over £3,500,000. This extreme hypercar was developed on a limited run to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary.
The exact Veneno being offered on the 29th September is finished in a two-tone white and cream colour scheme. It is in perfect condition with only 325km on the clock.
The price estimate is £4,000,000 – £4,500,000.
This former flagship Ferrari was the first ever production car to be equipped with F1-derived hybrid technology. When new it fetched £1,150,000 however is now worth almost double that.
The LaFerrari for sale has covered just 1,000km and has a price estimate of £1,800,000 – £2,225,000
The Koenigsegg One is one of the rarest cars in the world, and undoubtably the rarest car in the collection, even rarer than the Lamborghini Veneno. One six Swedish hypercars were ever made, and the manufacturer claim’s it is the worlds first mega car due to it producing 1 megawatt of power!
This mega car is valued at £1,760,000, and this model has only driven 370 miles.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport
This is one of the rarest Veyrons available to purchase, with only 30 cars ever produced. This particular model for sale is in stunning Atlantic Blue and has only 3,000 miles on the clock.
Just incase you ever thought that the 1,000 horsepower Veyron wasn’t powerful enough, the 16.4 Super Sport has a large increase, pushing 1,184 horsepower and 1,106lb ft of torque. These horsepower numbers are truly insane, pushing this car into super hypercar territory, if it wasn’t already.
This Veyron is valued at around £560,000 – £720,000
Aston Martin One-77
This Aston Martin One-77 for sale, is numbered 35 out of the 77 produced. The production run for this hyper car was particularly short, with a run of only 77 during 2009 and 2012.
Aston Martin themselves call the One-77 an “automotive art form”. Boasting speeds of 220mph from a 7.3 litre V12 engine, the One-77 was Aston’s flagship hyper car.
The estimate on this particular model is £1,250,000.
The McLaren P1 was McLaren’s first plug-in hybrid supercar, and debuted in 2012 at the Paris Motor Show. Unbelievably, with 375 cars produced, this stunning P1 isn’t as rare as some of the other hyper cars that will be under the hammer in Geneva.
This particular model has covered only 620 miles, and has an estimate in excess of £1,000,000.
However, this car could be one of the “bargains” to take advantage of this no reserve auction. There have been numerous P1s failed to clear reserves at recent auctions in both Europe and the States. So this could fall under the £1 million guide price.
Guide price – £1,200,000 – £1,400,000
The auction will be conducted on 29th September this year in Geneva.
The auction will include watches, jewellery and art alongside these supercars. And with the above cars alone, the combined sales revenue is expected to clear over £10 million.