The Bugatti Veyron was lucky enough to get a roadster version to complement the original coupe to make a small lineup. Its successor, isn’t as lucky since AutoCar says the Chiron won’t get an open-top version
Speaking to Bugatti’s sales and marketing chief, Dr. Stefan Brungs, the report states that a roadster version is a bit difficult to make given the car’s goals for top speed and performance.
Also, the Chiron will be produced fewer times than the Veyron, with 500 Chirons scheduled for production at this time.
Currently, London is Bugatti’s most important location worldwide as the company just refurbished their major dealership, just to sell the Chiron. There are currently 65 Bugatti Veyron owners in the UK, and 15 orders for the Chiron have already been placed, at a price of 1.9 million GBP.
– By: Chris Chin