Bugatti will not see any cash cuts from VW Group as it is working hard on Veyron successor

Article by Christian A., on October 6, 2014

Although Volkswagen Group is planning to cut investments in its core auto business, it appears that Bugatti is the brand that will keep receiving money. Why? Because Bugatti is working hard on the Veyron successor, according to CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer.

The Veyron successor was officially confirmed at the 2014 Paris Motor Show and Bugatti needs to spend quite a lot of money in order to be sure that there is no one to compete with them.

The Veyron was an impressive piece of art when it was unveiled and Bugatti said that it will only build 450 models, each carrying a price tag of at least 1.46 million euros or $1.8 million.

For those who don’t know, the Veyron successor is expected to keep the quad-turbocharged W16 engine that will deliver even more power. According to Bugatti, 20 Veyrons are yet to be sold in order to complete the production numbers and it appears that they will sell the supercars by mid-2015.

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