It’s ‘bringing’ 10 years since the first hand-assembled Bugatti Veyron rolled out of the company’s Molsheim unit. We were aware that the carmaker was brining its last Veyron to the 2015 Geneva Motor Show; however, Volkswagen on Monday announced that it has sold the 450th and final Bugatti Veyron, marking the end of one of the most exclusive supercars ever built. The final Veyron, sold last weekend, is an open-top Grand Sport Vitesse and is quite aptly named the “La Finale.” It means the very lucky buyer of the last Veyron has picked up an 1183bhp beast with 1106lb ft of torque, and the ability to get from 0-62mph in just 2.5 seconds.
This final model, chassis number 450, will be showcased at next week’s Geneva Motor Show, alongside the very first Veyron ever built. The 450 Veyrons were sold for an average price of about 2.3 million Euros ($2.6 million) each, Bugatti said in a statement. “The Veyron is unique in many respects even ten years after its launch,” said Bugatti President Wolfgang Dürheimer. “In the Veyron, Bugatti has created an automobile icon and established itself as the world’s most exclusive supercar brand.” We know Bugatti is readying a brand new model. However, the Veyron, which entered into the history books by becoming the fastest production car, will be missed in the automotive world.
[Via – Top-Gear]