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Bugatti Veyron Down to Final 50 Units

Bugatti Veyron Down to Final 50 Units
Bugatti Veyron Down to Final 50 Units

French luxury sports car makers Bugatti have announced that only 50 units of its Bugatti Veyron supercar remain unsold.

Produced in a run of 450 units, the Veyron went down in the record books as the world’s fastest supercar. Generating over 1000bhp, the car was the first to go from 0-100kph in 2.45 seconds and is capable of reaching a top speed of 267.8mph.

The entry level Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4.is priced at $1.3 million, with several special edition models also having been created over the years.

The announcement comes in the same week Bugatti celebrates the sale of the 400th Veyron to a client in the Middle East – a $2.9 million Grand Sport Vitesse limited to just three examples.

Speaking about the final 50 units, Dr. Wolfgang Schreiber, President of Bugatti Automobiles, said: “With the Veyron, Bugatti has established itself as the most exclusive and most luxurious super sports car brand in the world.

“The Veyron is a unique success story and sets a high standard for the future of Bugatti.”

The Bugatti Veyrron was first introduced in 2005.