Still basking in the afterglow of an all-too-rare drive of the astounding Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport in Connecticut, I had a sit-down with John Hill, Bugatti’s market manager for the Americas. I asked what Bugatti is considering for the follow-up act to the 253-mph mega-sports car when its production run is over in 2012.
“Whatever we’re going to do, it’s going to be ultra-exclusive,” said Hill, ruling out any possibility of a sub-million-dollar “Veyron Lite” (sorry, mere mortals, you seriously will never own one). Like the Veyron, the next Bugatti “will be the top of the industry.”
Source: Car and Driver