Those who visit the Geneva Motor Show must nog forget to take a look at the last built Bugatti Veyron. The Veyron 16.4Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale is the last of a total of 450 built copies. The production of this model will now finally come to an end.
After a total of 252 normal Veyrons, 48 Veyron Super Sports, 58 Grand Sports and 92 Grand Sport Vitesses, the chapter of the Veyron now really comes to an end. Bugatti celebrates this special moment with a beautiful last copy. The lucky owner is a customer from the Middle East who paid 2.3 million Euros to become the owner of this hypercar. The Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale is painted in red and black. This refers to the colours of the first Veyron which was also shown in Geneva. This colour composition is historic: back in the twenties and thirties of the last century the combination of red and black was very popular among Bugatti customers. Besides this the owner of the La Finale also had something to say in the design of the very last Veyron.
The Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is the fastest cabriolet in the world with a top speed of 410 kph. Thanks to the enormous W16 engine with a engine capacity of eight liter and four turbos you can play with 1.200 hp and 1.500 Nm of torque. Gigantic tires which cost thousands of Euros have to make sure that you will stay on the streets. In 6.7 seconds you can sprint to 200 kph. Only a few supercars can keep up with the Veyron, the McLaren P1 and Ferrari LaFerrari.