Bugatti has released a video with the assembly process of their last ever Veyron, the Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale.
The 450th and final Veyron marks the end of an era for Bugatti and their record-breaking supercar which had a lengthy 10-year production run. The last car was actually styled after the very first Veyron as it adopts a similar two-tone finish both inside and out along with "La Finale" badging and a few other cosmetic tweaks.
Just like the regular Grand Sport Vitesse, the La Finale is motivated by a W16 8.0-liter quad-turbo engine pushing out 1,200 HP (882 kW) and 1,106 lb-ft (1,500 Nm) of torque. It's enough muscle to allow the supercar run the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in only 2.6 seconds prior to hitting a top speed of 254 mph (410 km/h).
Production at the Molsheim factory in France has reached the end of the line but Bugatti will soon start making the necessary preparations for the Veyron's successor which will reportedly be called "Chiron".
The new Bugatti is expected to have 1,500 HP (1,103 kW) and do the sprint in less than 2.5 seconds before reaching 288 mph (463.5 km/h). It won't be a revamped Veyron as reports are indicating 92 percent of the components will be either new or massively reworked, including a new speedometer going all the way up to a magical 500 km/h.
A concept previewing the Chiron should be introduced before the end of this year, with the limited production version arriving in 2016.