Andrew Tate’s Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is being improved in the Netherlands

Andrew Tate’s Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is being improved in the Netherlands
Andrew Tate’s Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is being improved in the Netherlands

International celebrities knock on Dutch companies for their yachts, but when it comes to tackling exclusive cars, our small country should not be underestimated. Recently Jon Olsson proudly shared images of his Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB Mansory, tuned by the Dutch DTMobility. Andrew Tate also has his car tackled by a Dutch company.

Andrew Tate in the Netherlands

The infamous Andrew Tate was spotted on a yacht in Amsterdam earlier this month and his presence has been confirmed once again by car company Brian’s Custom Audio from Zoetermeer. YouTuber EmreDrives stopped by the owner for a video about Andrew Tate’s flagship Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport, the flagship of his fleet.

“The very best that is technically possible”

As the name suggests, Brian’s Custom Audio specializes in building state-of-the-art music installations in all kinds of cars, as well as yachts and houses. Tate came into contact with Brian through mutual contacts in Dubai, where he mostly operates, and so the French hypercar ended up in the Netherlands to be fitted with a custom-made music system, including bass speakers in the doors.

In his own words, Andrew Tate gave him complete freedom and the owner could participate in whatever he wanted. “That’s great, because then I can really lose my egg”, Brian says. “I’m not just going to do something that I don’t support myself. So I treat each project as if it were my own and then indeed look at what is the highest achievable.” Earlier, the company also placed a sound system in the Ferrari 458 Italia of the internet sensation.

The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport was limited to 60 pieces with a starting price of $3.5 million, but Andrew Tate has stated that its specific specs cost him over $4.5 million in total. And that is excluding the music installation that is added.

Andrew Tate banned from Twitter, Instagram and Facebook

On August 19, Tate was banned from the biggest social media channels, Facebook and Instagram. According to Meta, the parent company behind these two companies, he broke the rules and was able to whistle to his 4.7 million followers on Insta after he also lost his Twitter account earlier. The 35-year-old former kickboxer has been criticized for some time for his misogynistic statements, but has also managed to build up an army of admirers.


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