Veyron production ends with "La Finale" model #450 styled on #1.
We had our doubts this day would ever come, but Bugatti has just unveiled the last Veyron. That means all 450 units of the car that established the hypercar segment have found buyers. The French carmaker described it as "the "culmination of an unprecedented chapter in automotive history." This is the Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale. Styled after the very first Veyron, the Vitesse "La Finale" comes with a red and black exposed carbon-fiber body, with two-tone alloys and black air scoops.
Silk beige leather seats with Hot Spur red accents continue the two-tone theme inside, where we also find red carbon-fiber trim, embroidered headrests with "La Finale" badging and a sculpted Bugatti elephant. Power continues to come from the legendary 8.0-liter W16 developing 1,200 hp and 1,106 lb-ft of torque. Top speed is clocked at 254 mph and 0-62 mph comes in at 2.6 seconds. At this evening's VW Group night, Bugatti made it clear the Veyron's successor would "build on the best" and that the W16 unit has plenty more potential. Before that comes however, expect to see a super-luxury sedan arrive, previewed by the Galibier fastback concept. Check back for our live pics from the show tomorrow.