Bugatti rolled out the number 450 of a production run of the last ever Veyron model. The fastest supercar in the world whose performance has captivated legions of fans around the world since its launch in 2005.
The Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse will have “La Finale” with chassis number 450 printed on the body of the supercar to mark the culmination of an unprecedented chapter in automotive history, which was on display last month at the Geneva Motor Show.
The last Veyron is an open-top Grand Sport Vitesse variant, which boasts 1,200 horsepower with 16 cylinders, 1,137bhp, 0-62mph in 2.5sec, hitting a world record speed of 431 km/h (267 mph).
The 450 Veyrons were sold for an average price of about 2.3 million euros ($2.6 million). Watch the video below.