Saved Up For A Bugatti Veyron? Too Bad!Auto News
If there is one car model that has become synonymous with the word ‘fastest’ and ‘top speed’, it is the Bugatti Veyron. In 2001, when the Volkswagen Group (who purchased the trademark rights on the car manufacturer) decided to start development and eventually produce the hypercar, only 450 units will be made. Production began in 2005 and ten years later, the last example ever will make its grand debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
That’s right, a Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse ‘La Finale’ with chassis number 450 will be the last example of the fastest production car in the world to roll off the assembly line. Granted that each of the previous 449 buyers of the Veyron had their way with customising their purchases with unique details, we think the same applies to this as well.
Unfortunately, until the full reveal at Geneva, we’ll have to make do with Bugatti’s image posted that shows the active rear spoiler of the Veyron with the words ‘La Finale’ printed at the bottom.
So, if you’ve always wanted to get your hands on a Bugatti Veyron, bad news.