The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 grabbed a world record to become the fastest convertible. Only 300 of these brilliant pieces of creation were made, and now the last one has been snapped up by a European. The coupe gained much recognition, fame, and admiration thanks to its brilliant technical specifications only a car lover would relate to. It boasted a power that could push it to 407 kmph of top speed. The car was also the first production vehicle to have a full carbon-fiber monocoque. It features a 7,993 cm3 capacity 16-cylinder engine with four variable camshafts and four turbochargers, and a seven-gear twin-clutch gearbox. That is a lot of math to gulp. In short, it is artistic brilliance. Bugatti is getting ahead in the game these days, and after this big news, they will soon be flexing their muscles to show off the Galibier concept sedan with the Royale nameplate.