The Bugatti Veyron owned by Afzal Kahn, the founder of British automaker and customiser Kahn Design, has been vandalised at the company’s showroom in Leeds, England.

During the week, vandals broke into the showroom and swiftly set about smashing the French hypercar’s windscreen beyond repair. To gain access to the showroom, they smashed through the glass doors of the property.

This particular Veyron is one of two owned by Kahn and has a unique finish combining dark blue with light blue and rolling on polished wheels and now, it will need a new windscreen which will hopefully be paid for by insurance.

Afzal Kahn’s second Bugatti Veyron is perhaps his most recognisable with it painted in black and red and often seen sporting his expensive ‘F1’ number plates.


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