It was not a month ago when the Bugatti revealed their last and final piece of the iconic hypercar Veyron in the form of Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale. The 450th piece of the 10 year strong legacy came to an end at the recently concluded Geneva Motorshow and to celebrate the success of the Veyron, Bugatti has released a video revealing the assembly process of their last ever Veyron, the Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale.
When Bugatti first launched the Veyron way back in 2004, they had a target of 450 units to be sold. Though they didn't know the time frame in which they could actually sell these numbers of units (10 years is what they took finally). To honor the success of the Veyron, the final unit is painted with the same two tone shade, and comes with a 'La Finale' badging all over.
Like the Grand Sport Vitesse, the La Finale is also powered by a W16 8.0 litre quad-turbo engine that produces 1200hp and 1500Nm of torque, which is enough to push the car from 0-100 kmph in just 2.6 seconds. The La Finale is capable of hitting a top speed of 410kmph. While Bugatti is done with the Veyron project, they have already announced the plans to manufacturer another supercar which is reportedly called Chiron.
It is said that the Chiron, like Veyron, will break all the industry rules and records. It will supposedly house a 1500hp unit that will push the car from 0-100 kmph in just 2.5 seconds and touch a top speed in excess of 460 kmph. And it won't be just a Veyron's revamped version, but a proper new car with almost 90% new components and a 500kmph speedometer.
The first look of the Chiron will be introduced somewhere before the end of this year and the global unveiling could be in 2016!