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A $1.85 million Bugatti with platinum trim, a silent electric Lamborghini that hits 60 miles an hour in three seconds, and a $570,000 Rolls-Royce with in-built dining tables – when the super-rich hit the road next year they will be given more choice than ever.At this week's Paris Auto Show, Volkswagen AG, the parent of Bugatti and Lamborghini, is embracing the thirst for vehicles and will pump more cash into a new Bugatti, as the final 20 vehicles from the 450 Veyron units roll off the production line. Ferrari introduced a limited edition open-top version of its 458 Speciale in Paris and expects to increase deliveries by 5 percent this year to cut the waiting list.
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