As the sale of the last Veyron draws closer, Bugatti has launched the “Bugatti Certified” quality program developed for customer vehicles at the Techno Classica show in Essen, Germany (March 26-30).
The company says the program was created to ensure the brand’s quality standards over the longterm for the entire Veyron market, and thus contribute to the vehicles’ value.
“We want the ‘Bugatti Certified’ seal to give Bugatti owners the assurance that their vehicle meets our highest quality standards over the long-term. This is for owners of both new and previously owned vehicles,” said Dr. Stefan Brungs, member of the board of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. responsible for Sales, Marketing and Customer Service.
Bugatti will only build 450 Veyrons – 300 coupés have already been sold, with the company now having less than 50 roadsters available. The “Bugatti Certified” program will initially focus on the Veyron 16.4 (1,001 PS) and Veyron 16.4 Super Sport (1,200 PS) coupés. Both were available from summer 2006 and are already sold out.
As part of the program, the vehicles receive a complete service from Bugatti engineers and mechanics. Essential technical updates will also be carried out, and the guarantee will be extended. At the end of the process, the vehicle receives the “Bugatti Certified” seal as verification of its excellent technical and aesthetic condition.
By Dan Mihalascu