And once they're gone, they're gone.
It's no secret that Bugatti is working on a successor to the Veyron. With the Galibier sedan now cancelled, all time and effort can be put towards creating the successor that will have great expectations to live up to. But for anyone who's got the cash and the desire to own a brand-new Veyron will have to make their move fast. A new report is claiming that a Bugatti rep has confirmed there are fewer than 60 Veyrons that have yet to find owners.
And once those cars have been sold Bugatti will reveal its new hypercar, but not before. The Head of Media Relations at Bugatti confirmed this: "There will be a new car when all Grand Sport and Vitesse are sold." But considering the Veyron's $1 million price tag, finding buyers isn't exactly the easiest thing to do. Yes, there are plenty of uber wealthy collectors out there, but many of them already own a Veyron and are just waiting for its successor to appear. So if you're a newly minted millionaire and have always wanted a factory fresh Veyron, then now's the time.