Buying a Bugatti Veyron is not something many people have considered. Costing over £1m it has not also turned into a good investment unlike few other modern day supercars. On the used car market Veyron’s are selling well below £1M mark and if you decide to buy one you are facing very high maintenance costs.
But who are these people who buy the Veyron? Obviously they are very rich and thanks to Bloomberg we can share some interesting facts about the average Bugatti owner.
According to Wolfgang Duerheimer, CEO of Bugatti, the average Bugatti customer has about 84 cars, 3 jets and one yacht. That’s pretty insane and you can be sure these are not your average cars.
In comparison former Bentley boss revealed that the clientele between Bentley and Bugatti is remarkably different, as the Bentley customer on average owns 8 cars.
The current Veyron is limited to 450 units an reportedly less than 20 cars are remaining, meaning we can expect to see few more special editions before the successor arrives.
Bloomberg also points out VW is testing at least three different concepts for a successor and we should see the concept likely next year at a major auto show. Details are limited, but the successor is rumoured to wear Chiron name packing around 1500bhp from a hybrid powertrain.