Bugatti Veyron, a long-time “World’s Fastest Production Car” title holder and often cited as the pinnacle of automobile engineering, is nearing the end of its life. The car has had its existence for almost ten years now though standard and special editions, and it’s almost time for Bugatti to mark the end of the car’s journey.
Only 300 units of the coupe were planned initially but 150 units were additionally commissioned with the introduction of the Bugatti Grand Sport in 2008. From the total of 450 units, 442 have already been sold. Doing the math, the company takes about one week per unit for delivery, which means that the remaining Veyrons should be ready for sale/delivery in early 2015.
Once the Veyron is discontinued, the next hypercar from the French automaker is touted to be the ‘Bugatti Chiron’. The Chiron is expected to be ready in 2016 offering more power, technology and speed than its predecessor.