la firgen 1,1 millones de Euros la unidad y han firmado ya 70 unidades, 20 mas de las que pueden fabricar al año MOLSHEIM, France — The 1,001-hp Bugatti Veyron, which holds the distinction of world's fastest production car, has sold out its entire 2006 run of 50 vehicles at some $1.2 million each. Bugatti president Tomas Bscher told the German publication Automobilwoche recently that the company has firm orders in hand for 70 Veyrons. In response, he says Bugatti is planning to increase production to 70 per year to cut the current 14-to-15-month waiting period for this last word in automotive luxury. The Veyron has an 8.0-liter, quad-turbo W16 engine and can exceed 250 mph. In February it was named MSN's Car of the Year in the United Kingdom after gathering 47 percent of the popular vote and has reaped awards, superlatives and just plain lust from around the world.