The Bugatti Veyron is now just 15 cars away from being completely sold out, according to officials from the Volkswagen-owned company.

Company sources have confirmed that 405 Veyrons have now been produced and delivered to customers worldwide, while orders have already been placed for another 30.

Bugatti says it will produce 300 fixed-head and 150 roadster variants of the Veyron up to the end of next year, in accordance with its original plans.

Included in the overall production run of 450 units are the limited-edition Grand Sport, Super Sport and Grand Vitesse variants.

There’s also a long line of exclusive one-off and ultra-low-volume variants, such as the Pur Sang, Sang Bleu, World Record Edition, Quail Special Edition and Black Bess – itself part of a six-part 'Legends' series.

With 30 of the remaining 45 cars already on order, that leaves 15 cars still to be sold. Included in those are various demonstrators and show cars, which are planned to be reconditioned before being sold.

When the production run of the original Veyron ends, Bugatti will look to prepare for the arrival of its planned successor, which is due to go on sale in 2017 after an official unveiling in 2016.

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