The Master Spy hears that Volkswagen’s ultra-expensive single-car brand is planning to expand into an entire model lineup that could include a tall wagon, a sedan, an electric car of some sort and yet another sports car, albeit less expensive. Currently, the only Bugatti model is the mid-engine 1,479-horsepower 16-cylinder Chiron sports car, which is the replacement for the Veyron. That limited-production all-wheel-drive hyper-car (available starting this fall) can attain a top speed of 261 mph and will take about a $2.6-million bite out of your trust account. Even at that price, more than one-third of the 500-car production run has been snapped up. There’s no word yet as to when the other planned Bugatti models will arrive.