End of an era for Bugatti Veyron
End of an era for Bugatti Veyron, Chief of Bentley and Bugatti, Wolfgang Durheimer, has said that the 450th Bugatti Veyron will be at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.
Chief of Bentley and Bugatti, Wolfgang Durheimer, has said that the 450th Bugatti Veyron will be at next month’s Geneva Motor Show. With many exciting new cars being unveiled or released at the show in Geneva, this one is extra special, as the 450th model marks the end of the ten year Veyron production, with 300 hard top coupes and 150 open air models made. Durheimer would not let slip of the cost, horsepower or even the official name of the final Veyron, but rumour has it that it will host 1,183BHP from its 16 cylinder engine. The company have now confirmed that the remaining 8 places left to buy the remaining Bugatti Veyron models have been sold.
Fortunately, Durheimer also has hinted at the Veyron’s successor, giving little away, the Chief mentioned that it takes time to build a work of art. We’ve heard that the Veyron’s successor will be capable of 460kmph and pack an amazing 1500bhp straight from the factory!
Fingers crossed for a 2016 release!