Autoevolution has posted images of a camouflaged Bugatti Veyron and it seems that a new speed monster is not far away. The website also reports that only around a dozen Veyrons remain to be built now of the 450 units planned originally. So a successor certainly makes sense.
The website’s snappers had also caught an undisguised Veyron back in April at the Nurburgring. The white car had an metal cage-like structure bolted on to the engine in full view, and the engine cover was missing. A week later they saw a black Veyron being tested at the ‘Ring – this car had bigger fenders and new wheels, which could be made of carbon fibre!