Bugatti just opened two new showrooms here in the United States: one in New York and another in Miami, with more to follow. But with the Veyron sold out and the Chiron yet to arrive, neither has any cars to sell at the moment.
No more having to work through brokers or call your people in Europe when you want to trade up to this year's Koenigsegg, now that the Swedish supercar syndicate has appointed New York's Manhattan Motorcars to be its first US dealer. Putting high priority on the company it keeps, this will put the Agera R in a Gotham classroom alongside pupils from Bugatti, Bentley, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce. All the better for it to get called on when it raises its hand for potential buyers.