AutoGuide learned that a Bugatti Veyron successor is definitely on the way and could be launched as early as next year, after speaking with Bugatti’s head, Dr. Wolfgang Schreiber.
Details a usual are sparse, but the new Veyron model could utilize some hybrid tech, similarly to other super and hyper cars like the LaFerrari and the McLaren P1. The result is a supposed power rating of at least 1,500hp, thanks to the continuing of the W16 quad-turbo engine. A top speed of beyond 270mph is expected.
Production could be capped at 450 units, especially since Volkswagen AG still has yet to sell all of the Veyrons produced.