After 450 units built, it's time to say goodbye.
Although the last year or two of its production may have been overshadowed by premature rumors of its demise and much speculation regarding its replacement, there's no argument that the Bugatti Veyron has earned itself a respectable place in automotive history. From its initial introduction as a concept in Tokyo in 1999 to the beginning of its production in 2005 and its current final farewell, this car has never ceased to amaze. And with a top speed of 250+ mph, time really does fly.
Now, with 450 nearly unique units left to tell its story on the richest roads of the world, here are three minutes of pure Veyron bliss to sum up its crazy ride.