By Mark Kleis
Monday, Aug 22nd, 2011 @ 4:57 pm
Bugatti recently reached its supposed 300 unit production limit for the Veyron, but we have proof that Volkswagen's halo brand has another range-topping 1,200 horsepower beast in the works.

The car you are seeing is the blending of the roadster Grand Sport and the Super Sport coupe, culminating in a 1,200 horsepower supercar known as the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Super Sport.

The images show what is almost certainly the production form car with only miniscule amounts of camo on the front fascia hiding on the most subtle of details. It is also possible to see that the NACA air ducts that are normally found on the Super Sport model have been swapped for the Grand Sport ducts due to the fact that the NACA ducts do not function with the roof removed.

Bugatti has not yet given official word on the availability of this new range-topping model.

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