Bugatti president Wolfgang Dürheimer has shed some light about the company's upcoming plans.

Bugatti president Wolfgang Dürheimer has shed some light about the company's upcoming plans.

It was way back in 2005 when Bugatti commenced production of the Veyron in Molsheim, eastern France and even until this day they still haven't finished selling all 450 cars. In an interview with CAR, Dürheimer said eight cars are still available and we won't be too surprised if Bugatti is cooking up one last final edition as an attempt to sell the remaining units.

Once Veyron production will come to an end sometime in 2015, Dürheimer says there won't be any downtime at the factory as they will immediately make the necessary preparations for building pre-series cars of the Veyron's successor which will allegedly be called Chiron.

Bugatti's president went on to specify "there's one crazy American that wants to beat us", clearly referring to Hennessey and their upcoming Venom F5 which will pack more than 1,400 bhp (1,044 kW) to grant a top speed of 290 mph (466.71 km/h). Dürheimer said "we will have to do our homework and get prepared for the future."

You can check out the full interview at the source link below where Dürheimer talks about Bugatti's plans for fashion retailing.

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