Market Finds: Supercar Collection Worth An Estimated $13m To Be Part Of Bonhams Auction In Geneva This September

Supercar Collection Worth An Estimated $13m To Be Part Of Bonhams Auction In Geneva This September

By News Desk
June 17, 2019

Bonhams will be hosting an exclusive sale this September at the Bonmont Golf & Country Club in Geneva, Switzerland. Aside from a selection of the expected desirable cars and motorcycles on offer, a private collection of some of the world’s most exquisite supercars will also be offered for sale, all without reserve. Just about every major luxury and performance brand will be represented, with cars on offer from Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati and Porsche.

Taking place on the 29th September, the vehicles will be auctioned off in a 12th-century abbey next to the clubhouse, overlooking Lake Geneva. One of the rarer and more notable vehicles include a Lamborghini Veneno, one of nine built. It has covered just 325km (203 miles) since new and has an upper estimate of $5.6m. A 1341hp Koenigsegg One:1—the first production car claimed to have one horsepower for every kilogram—is also a very low mileage example with just 597km (373-miles) on the clock, and is one of approximately seven built, estimated to sell for up to $2.2m. Aston Martin will be represented by a One 77, the rare carbon fiber-clad flagship it built between 2009 and 2012. It is the 35th of 77 made and should sell for between $1.3m and £1.8m.

There will also be a handful of more mainstream supercars on offer too, from the hybrid McLaren P1 and Ferrari La Ferrari to the equally brutal and very non-hybrid Bugatti Veyron 16.4. All have covered minimum mileages and are expected to sell from between $9000,000 for the Veyron to as much as $2.8m for the La Ferrari. The sale will be preceded by two days of viewing where guests and potential buyers can examine the vehicles as well as a selection of art, jewelry and watches from Bonham’s collection.

Images courtesy of Bonhams

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