Bugatti announced a new service program this week for owners of its Veyron supercar, the predecessor to the Chiron. It's called the Loyalty Maintenance Program, meant to build on top of Bugatti's already extensive factory warranty and make Veyron ownership just a little bit easier.
The Loyalty Maintenance Program was designed "to maintain the technical condition of the Veyron fleet in the marketplace at the highest level," according to Bugatti. For cars to become eligible, they must be submitted to Bugatti to undergo an extensive analysis. Once a Veyron is up to Bugatti's standards, it acquires a "Bugatti Certified" seal, which the company says will increase the car's resale value.
And since some Veyron owners drive their cars more than others, Bugatti is happy to tailor its service program to meet an individual owner's particular use case, whether they drive thousands of miles a year or no miles at all.
And if you’re not already a Veyron owner, Bugatti says the program will help you locate the perfect Veyron to purchase. The automaker adds that all certified cars will benefit from the company's "" on-demand mobile service and repair specialists.
Bugatti has yet to reveal pricing for the Loyalty Maintenance Program, but if you're already a Veyron owner, odds are it won't matter to you anyway. The program will be officially announced this week at the Paris Salon Rétromobile.