That leaves just 50 left to sell.
It’s no secret that Bugatti is working on a successor to its famed Veyron. Question is though when will it launch? Nobody knows for sure, but Bugatti is still managing to sell Veyrons. In fact, the brand has just announced that it’s sold its 400th Veyron, out of a total of a planned 450 units. Do your first grade math and you’ll realize there’s just 50 Veyrons left to buy. Bugatti says the 400th Veyron was a Grand Sport Vitesse Jean-Pierre Wimille edition that cost a hefty €2.13 million.
The Veyron initially launched back in 2005 and since then all 300 coupe body styles have been sold. Only the Grand Sport remains on sale. Still, knowing that such an iconic hypercar is nearing the end of its life, Bugatti will likely have no problem selling those remaining examples. Slap some "special edition" badges on them and double the price ought to do the trick.