Bugatti has announced selling its 400th Veyron this week, which means only 50 cars are left to prospect buyers.

Bugatti has announced selling its 400th Veyron this week, which means only 50 cars are left to prospect buyers.

The Veyron debuted back in 2005 and since then Bugatti was able to sell all 300 coupes and 100 of a total of 150 roadsters. This means all of those 50 cars left are going to be roadsters, which explains why the most recent "Legend" lineup of special editions is based on the Grand Sport Vitesse version.

The 400th car sold was the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Legend Jean-Pierre Wimille Edition (limited to three units) bought by a customer in the Middle East who agreed to pay 2.13M EUR. It wears a two-tone exterior and interior and is powered by the familiar W16 quad-turbo unleashing 1,200 HP (882 kW) and 1,106 lb-ft (1,500 Nm) of torque. It will do 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in 2.6 seconds before topping out at 253 mph (408 km/h).

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