Bugatti Veyron beaches in stores

Bugatti Veyron beaches in stores

The Bugatti is facing a very unusual situation because the Veyron. All because of 1,001 hp supercar is "stranded" in stores.

Launched in 2006, the fireball would have only 300 units produced, but the arrival of the convertible version added 150 units to this account. In December last year, the brand announced the sale of the Veyron number 400. But, since then, about 40 vehicles Grand Sport are waiting for an owner, stopped totaling EUR 62.5 million in the courtyards of the company.

According to the Bloomberg news agency, Bugatti intends to solve this problem with the Dynamic Drive Experience, pilot program aimed at potential clients in the United States. The course enables participants to direct the Veyron Grand Sport in roads and accelerate it to the fullest in particular airports. With this, the brand expects to sell a few more copies.

Perhaps because of this difficulty, the Bugatti does not think of launching a successor to the Veyron so early, even after all 450 units have been sold. Although he admitted that the brand is developing a new project, the Director of Sales for the Americas, John Hill, admitted that "not wait for the announcement of the coming years."

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