Bugatti will be celebrating the final unit of the Veyron as the model in question will be brought to the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, next month.
The Bugatti Veyron will remain in the automotive history as a true record breaker but if you wanted to add one to your collection, you’re better off searching the second-hand market because a brand new one is close to impossible to find. The 458th and final Veyron will be officially shown at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, in March, and this will be celebrated by the company, as the Bugatti president, Wolfgang Durheimer, has recently announced, speaking to the guys from Auto Motor und Sport.
Speaking about a possible successor of the Bugatti Veyron, the company’s official stated that it might be a while until we will see such a model, and this makes a lot of sense because it will have to be an iconic vehicle as a lot of expectations have been made. Production of the Bugatti Veyron will be stopped this year and rumor has it that a brand new one might be shown the year after, or even in 2017.
Bugatti has been producing the Veyron, in several versions, ever since 2005, as this was offered in two body styles, 2-door coupe and 2-door roadster, with the longitudinal mid-engine and permanent all-wheel drive. The hypercar is produced in Molsheim, Alsace, France, and it is using an 8.0 liter quad turbocharged W16 engine under its hood, producing as much as 1,200 HP (895 kW) in the Super Vitesse, connected to a 7-speed DSG transmission.