Bringing what BtG calls "a racing driver and some serious looking cars," the Veyron Nürburgring expedition is allegedly seeking to improve (significantly) on the 7:40 time set by the original Veyron six years ago. For reference, the 2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1 nearly matched the previous Veyron's lap time with its own 7:41 run.
With 1,198 horsepower on tap, the Veyron Super Sport should be able to best the 1,001-horsepower standard model with ease, as the Nürburgring's high-speed stretches offer much time to be gained. Even so, it will not be easy to get into the rarified reaches of the Chevy Corvette ZR1, Dodge Viper ACR, or Nissan GT-R, much less the ridiculous 6:47 of the nearly race-ready Pagani Zonda R.
At nearly 10 years old, the Veyron is no spring chicken. The Super Sport is much newer, having debuted in 2010. It's also even faster, raising the Veyron's top speed 15 mph to 268 mph.
While it won't likely be able to reach that speed within the confines of the Nordschleife, it will be interesting to see what the Veyron Super Sport can reach--and what sort of lap times it can turn in--hopefully on full-length video.