The next Bentley Arnage is due in 2010, and thank heavens it won't be a biggie-sized clone of the Continental Flying Spur. That means we don't expect it to look so much like the rendering above, which is 75-percent Flying Spur with a GT tail. A bit long-in-the-tooth by modern replacement standards, the Arnage still sells about 600 - 800 units per year, which is not far behind the much newer Rolls-Royce Phantom.
If you have $1.4 million and a burning desire to command 1,000hp, we have good news for you. The folks in charge of Bugatti have decided to again increase production of the Veyron by 25-percent to shorten the waiting list for the supercar to end all supercars to under one year. That may sound like a big jump in production, but when you're only creating 60 vehicles per year, the bump is only 15 units. Bugatti earlier declared that there would only be 300 Veyrons produced, and we don't know if tha
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