The Veyron’s replacement is, however, currently being developed.
Recent reports of a 1,500 horsepower, 280 mph, “super” Bugatti Veyron have finally been put to rest by the carmaker’s top dog. Bugatti President Dr. Wolfgang Schreiber has told Autoblog it will never happen. To date, Bugatti has delivered around 390 of its promised 450-unit run, which includes various Veyron special and limited editions. The remaining 60 or so models will come with the 1,200-hp variant of the W16 quad-turbo engine with no further engine enhancements made. Production of the current Veyron is expected to end in 2015.