Bugatti Veyron has been on the market for 10 years. The total production run was limited to 300 coupes and 150 convertibles. Here is the very last model named Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale, debuting this week at the Geneva Motor Show.
The La Finale will sit in Geneva next to the very first Veyron chassis built for a good reason.
Designed as a modern homage to chassis number 1, the La Finale also has a black and red colour scheme with some unique touches, like exposed crimson carbon fibre, matching maroon wheels with Elephant logo on the wheel centre caps, which can be seen also on the fuel door and oil cap. There are also contrasting air intakes and La Finale written in red under the passenger-side headlight and on the bottom of the wing.
The interior features exposed carbon fibre, shade of leather called Hot Spur and a contrasting cream upholstery.
Based on the Grand Sport Vitesse, the engine is a familiar 1,184bhp 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 with 1,106 lb-ft of torque, taking the La Finale edition from 0-62mph in just 2.6 seconds, while the top speed is 255mph.
The successor is already in development, rumoured to pack a hybrid powertrain with around 1500bhp. Official details are limited, but Bugatti did say development of its next supercar is “well underway,” and “With the next Bugatti model, we are aiming to consolidate and expand the market-leading position we have established with the Veyron.”