Get ready to say goodbye to the fastest production car in existence, the Bugatti Veyron. A company representative admits that there are fewer than 60 examples left unclaimed, so if you have a few million dollars laying around, now is your chance to get in an exclusive speed-machine.
Bugatti also let slip that a new model will debut as soon as the remaining stock of Veyron Grand Spot and Vitesse models are gone.
“There will be a new car when all Grand Sport and Vitesse are sold,” says Manuela Höhne, Head of Media Relations at Bugatti. The supercar-maker chose to build only 150 of the drop-top exotics and once they’re all gone, it will be time for something new from Bugatti.
When asked if the Galibier is indeed dead and what’s next for the ultra-exclusive brand Höhne said “We are looking at different options.”
Whether a high-speed sedan is still in the works is undetermined at this time, but Höhne did say that whatever the company puts out will still “be a unique product that will again meet the expectations of our customers in terms of technology and design.”
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