UPDATE 2 March 2015: First images of Bugatti Veyron LaFinale are now leaked.
24 Feb 2015: Bugatti Veyron was first launched in 2005, which means it has been in existence for a decade. In the ten years, Bugatti has made only 450 units of Veyron, but all of them are not the same. There are insanely high number of special editions within the number, and the last car rolling out before lights-off is aptly called La Finale. And it is based on Grand Sport Vitesse model of Veyron.
Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale is the 450th and last Veyron ever, at the end of a decade of its presence in the market.
The Bugatti Veyron La Finale is sold to a customer in the Middle-East. It will be showcased at 2015 Geneva Motor Show next week before handing it off to the proud owner. Alongside the La Finale, the first Veyron made in 2005, will also be on display at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. La Finale will most likely wear special badges or mascots denoting its significance as the last Bugatti Veyron.
Recognized by the Guinness World Record Books as the fastest production car (431.072 km/h), the four prominent variants of Veyron on offer over the years are – Veyron 16.4, Grand Sport, Super Sport, and Grand Sport Vitesse. Sold as a coupe or targa top, a Veyron costs in the range of €1.2 million (£1.06 million / $1.7 million) to €1.9 million (£1.6 million / $2.7 million). The car was also launched in India by a private importer (Exclusive Motors, New Delhi) in 2010, for a base price of Rs 16 crores.
Veyron’s successor, what is anticipated to be called Bugatti Chiron, is expected to be unveiled at a major auto show by the end of 2015, as a concept, before the global premiere of production version in 2016. It is reported to have two e-turboed engine generating 1500 HP and 1500 Nm torque converting into a top speed of 500 kmph.