Bugatti Veyron to Take Final Bow at Geneva Motor Show

Bugatti Veyron to Take Final Bow at Geneva Motor Show

The clock is ticking. Bugatti will reveal its 450th and final Veyron super-ultra-stupendous-luxury-performance car at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.

This series-ending machine is expected to be a special bespoke version of the Grand Sport Vitesse model. Appropriately given its importance this model will likely feature a unique paint job and additional carbon fiber elements. Likewise, the car’s interior ought to be enhanced as well.

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Naturally this end-of-the-line Veyron will be motivated by an engine for the ages, more specifically the company’s legendary 8.0-liter W16 that delivers an organ-bruising 1,200-hp and more than 1,000 lb-ft of peak torque.

But as amazing as this machine is it’s run its lifespan; remember it was first introduced back in 2005. As it bows out Bugatti will now be able to focus its energy on creating a worthy successor. The follow-up act to the Veyron will supposedly be called the Chiron; it’s rumored to have 1,500 horses and maybe even electrically driven turbochargers.

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[Source: GT Spirit]

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