Ten years ago Bugatti unleashed the Veyron, a million dollar super car that was designed to shatter records. Today, that car officially becomes a part of history.
Officially called the Bugatti Veyron Gran Sport Vitesse La Finale, this car should rather be known by its serial number. It’s number 450, making it the last model sold and the end of one of the most iconic cars of the 2000’s.
Like other Bugatti special editions, this final model is hard to miss. The whole body is carbon-fiber with deep red carbon fiber on the rear half of the coupe while exposed black carbon fiber is used up front. Those with a picture-perfect memory will recall that the first Veyron debuted with the opposite color-scheme: black around back and red up front. If you still need help pointing out which model you’re looking at, this car has ‘La Finale’ written under the right headlight and rear spoiler.
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Inside, the car gets a beautifully crafted interior done up in cream and red upholstery. Carbon fiber accents are also splashed throughout the cabin. You’ll also find the brands Elephant logo inside the car, in addition to the wheel caps and fuel filler cap.
With its W16 quad-turbocharged engine making 1183-hp, the La Finale edition doesn’t feature any additional oomph over a regular Vitesse or Super Sport model, meaning it has a top speed of 254 mph. It can also hit 60 mph in just 2.6 seconds.