Talking to Autocar at the opening of Bugatti's only UK showroom in Mayfair, London, Brungs confirmed there would be "no roadster or convertible" derivative, despite the Veyron offering both the Grand Sport and Grand Sport Vitesse targa-topped models during its lifecycle.
When asked about other faster variants in the vein of the Veyron Super Sport, Brungs said: "We're looking at different options for the car", before adding that Bugatti was solely focusing on selling the 500 standard Chirons for the time being.
He hopes the new H.R. Owen Bugatti showroom will contribute to that, citing the importance of the UK as a market. “London is one of the most important locations for Bugatti worldwide. Many of our current customers love this city and have a residence here. The launch of H.R. Owen Bugatti means we are now able to serve our exclusive clientele in a perfect setting,” Brungs said.