Bugatti president Wolfgang Dürheimer recently revealed there were only eight Veyron left and it now appears that all the cars have been sold.

Bugatti president Wolfgang Dürheimer recently revealed there were only eight Veyron left and it now appears that all the cars have been sold.

Speaking to Auto Motor und Sport, Dürheimer said the company will celebrate the 450th and final Veyron at the Geneva Motor Show. He went to say that the final car will be built this year.

While Bugatti is keeping details under wraps, Dürheimer suggested it could be awhile before we see a successor. As he explained, "Many of our customers are art collectors, and they know that it takes time to create a work of art."

He went on to say the Veyron successor faces a unique challenge as the model "must do everything better than its predecessor" and essentially "make the best even better.'

 

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Bugatti to celebrate the 450th and final Veyron in Geneva