A new report indicates Bugatti is preparing a Veyron-based Speedster to keep the workforce busy until the all-new model due to be previewed next year.

A new report indicates Bugatti is preparing a Veyron-based Speedster to keep the workforce busy until the all-new model due to be previewed next year and go on sale in 2016.

According to Automobile Magazine, the Bugatti Veyron is nearing sold out status so to bridge the gap until the arrival of its successor, the VW-owned company is preparing a Speedster model which will be offered in a very small series. Details about the model are scarce at the moment but the report says it will essentially be a Veyron with a bespoke body in the same vein as Lamborghini's exclusive Reventon, Sesto Elemento and Veneno models.

There's no word about the price tag but we won't be too surprised if this final limited edition Veyron will be even more expensive than the "Les Légendes de Bugatti" cars based on the Grand Sport Vitesse which each were priced at €2.35 million.

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