The very last Bugatti Veyron has been sold. Named the Bugatti Veyron La Finale, she was the final unit the 450 car production run that spanned over a decade. True to form, the brand has been dragging out the closing of the Veyron chapter in dramatic fashion. Who can blame them–goodbyes are never easy!
According to Bugatti brand president Wolfgang Duerheimer: “An unprecedented chapter in automotive history has reached its climax. Even 10 years after its market launch, the Veyron remains unique in many respects.”
The last of the 450 Bugatti Veyrons crafted was officially sold to a buyer located in the Middle East (Yes, big shocker there). The buyer has not ventured forth and identified him or herself at this juncture–though this hot score will not be a secret for long. I say this because those purchasing an exquisite machine like a Veyron will drive it, at some point, and word will get out faster than the car can hit 100 miles per hour. The Veyron is a beast of a machine, but it is also tame enough to roll out to regular events in style. This is why the versatile exotic sports car is so coveted by the select few able to indulge in her glory.
Overall, of the Bugatti Veyron production run, roughly a quarter were delivered in the United States and half found homes in European countries. The remaining numbers were dispersed elsewhere around the globe. The La Finale Veyron brought the long-running daydream to a fitting close, as she is a convertible Grand Sport Vitesse housing 1,200 well-heeled horses. The nice lady will take the stage to bid adieu at the Geneva Motor Show next month, possibly alongside some potential Veyron successor concepts. The Geneva Show is an excellent space for companies to gauge consumer responses to possible new products, so testing out the next concepts is fairly likely and would be a slam dunk.