After an extended run – a bit longer, in fact, than was originally intended — the last Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is getting ready to roll off the assembly line.
But don’t fret. If you’ve been saving up to get that million-dollar exotic, there’ll be something to follow promises Volkswagen AG’s most exclusive brand.
Not surprisingly, Bugatti isn’t revealing who placed the order for the last of what will prove to be only 300 cars carrying the Veyron badge. But it does note that the final model is expected to roll off the line sometime in the upcoming autumn.,
Finishing production with the 300th Veyron is in line with the plans Bugatti announced nearly a decade ago, but the project took a bit longer than originally anticipated. The original goal was to launch production by spring 2004, rolling out one car a week, which means the program would have been wrapped up by early 2010.