We have what appears to be the first photo of the upcoming Bugatti Veyron Supersport, and the news that there will also be a bare carbon fibre version for an extra €100k.
Update: This turned out to be Photoshop, but you can now check out the Full Photo Gallery for the Super Sport
Last week we confirmed that the Bugatti Veyron SuperSport is real. Tonight we’ve been sent this photo of the Supersport. Do we know this is genuine? No, we don’t. Do we know where it came from? Don’t know that either – it was emailed in to Cars UK from a webmail account. But the email said “You seem to know everything else, so why not have the photo?”. Which we receive most gratefully.
Yes it’s a Veyron, but not as we know it. It has a new nose and quite a few nips and tucks to go with its weight loss, 1200 horses and €1,650,000 price tag. And, despite some reports to the contrary, the price is €1.65M.
But you have to remember that this is Bugatti. So it’s not quite as straightforward as you might expect. There is one big option – a naked carbon fibre body. That will set you back an extra €100,000. Will there be enough takers for all thirty cars? You bet.
Bugatti has been quietly selling the Supersport round their valued clientelle for a few months now. And it’s gone down well. Very well. There are only eight cars left to sell. Twenty two have already found a home.
So if you have a bit of loose change, and you fancy a Veyron Supersport, it’s probably a good idea to give Bugatti a call.
Sooner, rather than later.