Brand-new spy shots prove that Bugatti is developing a Veyron Grand Sport Super Sport.
Although Veyron production has supposedly ended, Bugatti is clearly now preparing a new model: the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Super Sport. For those who don't already know, the Grand Sport is the roadster version of the Veyron and the Super Sport has some 1,200hp. And now the automaker is going for a combination of the two. We have just received these spy shots from our intrepid photographers showing a prototype testing without any serious camouflage.
There's just some smaller parts in the front bumper being covered up. We can also see that the NACA air ducts that are usually on the Super Sport have been changed for the normal Grand Sport air intakes due to the fact that the NACA air ducts will not work once the roof is removed. These photos clarify what Bugatti boss Wolfgang Durheimer said just days ago in claiming that a more powerful version of the Grand Sport could be possible. It's doubtful that he thought spy shots would be appearing so soon afterwards. Photos: CarPix