If you’ve watched the most recent episode of The Grand Tour, you’ll know that the Bugatti Chiron is quite the machine. With just 500 units planned for production, and each one taking a considerable amount of time to make, there’s naturally a long waiting list as was the case with the Veyron.

For those who are looking to own a Chiron, but don’t have the time to wait for their car to be build, there’s now an alternative. Come February next year, RM Sotheby’s will be holding an auction in conjunction with the Rétromobile show week in Paris, where one Chiron is set to go under the hammer.

This 2017 example is said to be one of the first 20 Chirons to be delivered worldwide, and comes finished in two-tone Atlantic Blue over French Racing Blue livery. It isn’t heavily used either, with an odometer that reads just under 1,000 km of mileage since it was delivered in April this year.

Other goodies that are included with the car are the optional carbon fibre steering wheel and Maritime Blue brake callipers. Additionally, the ‘Classique’ wheels, signature line and Bugatti ‘horseshoe’ are all finished in superlative polished aluminium.

As a reminder of what the Chiron is capable of, the 8.0 litre turbocharged W16 engine generates 1,500 PS and 1,600 Nm of torque. It is electronically limited to a top speed of 420 km/h because Bugatti is waiting on appropriate tyres to test its delimited top speed in the future.

Now for the big question – how much? Well, the auction house is estimating the bidding to be within the 3.2 to 3.6 million euro (about RM15.5 to RM17.5 million) mark, so it’s quite a sum. If you’re interested, you can register to bid at the lot’s page, and take a trip to Place Vauban in Paris.