Bugatti official Julius Kruta has said the Veyron was only the beginning, and that the brand would soon build a second hyper-model.
“Even though it is not economically viable for us, we will do it again. We have bigger plans for the future and the next one from our stables will be even more expensive than the Veyron,”
Reading between the lines, does this mean this new model - unbelievably - will be even faster than the Veyron?
Despite the Veyron's enormous million-dollar price tag, each car was sold at a loss and its predecessor will be no different.
“The idea was to make a showcase car to tell the world what the Volkswagen group is capable of doing if the sky is the limit, it is a statement car and we are not even meeting the cost of production.”
The Bugatti Veyron's quad-turbo W16 powerplant already produces 750kW (a symbolic 1001 bhp) in a completely drivable package, one can only begin to imagine the ridiculous figures associated with Bugatti's next model.