And finally the Veyron era comes to an end! Bugatti, the famous Hypercar manufacturer has taken the wraps of the last and final Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale at the ongoing Geneva Motorshow. This is the 450th Bugatti to be ever built and has already been sold to an unknown customer days ahead of official revealing.
Bugatti coined the Veyron as the "culmination of an unprecedented chapter in automotive history," which has already completed ten successful years as the fastest car in the word. Bugatti is already contemplating the future options and they that the new model is under development. Rumored as Chiron, the new car will "consolidate and expand the market-leading position we have established with the Veyron," said Bugatti.
The La Finale is essentially the very first Veyron at the base with significant styling changes. The car is draped in red and black exposed carbon fiber gelled neatly with the black air scoops. A big, bold "La Finale" badging complement the design and a two-tone shade highlights the wheels and the cabin. Seats are made of Silk beige leather contrasted by Hot Spur red accents. The highlight though, is a sculpted Bugatti elephant and embroidered headrests.
The ability to hit 410 kmph comes from a quad-turbocharged 8.0 litre W16 engine that is capable of producing 1,200ps of maximum power and 1,500Nm of maximum torque. That's enough to push the car from 0 to 100 kmph in mere 2.6 seconds.