While the automotive world is going gaga over the advent of a mega car with 1000 plus horsepower, Bugatti has ceased production of the first production car to breach this figure – the Veyron. The final model, the 450th Veyron is a Grand Sport Vitessethat will be called “La Finale.”
The “La Finale” features front wing panels, the doors and the areas between the doors and the side air intakes, known as “medallions” made of black exposed carbon fiber. The new colour is Bugatti’s eighth shade for exposed carbon fiber. In a first, the name of the car appears twice on the outer shell: the “La Finale” lettering in bright Italian Red under the right front headlight and on the underside of the rear wing.
There are more details unique to the “La Finale”, like the air scoop and intercooler cover have been painted black for the first time. The EB logo and the 16.4 are done in Italian red. The wheels carry on the red and black colour scheme, and the hubcaps are milled from a single block of aluminum and feature a relief of the famous Bugatti elephant.
The interior, like the exterior pays tribute to the first Veyron, the cabin upholstery is entirely made of leather and in a light beige colour named “Silk.” There is also a contrast striking red tone known as “Hot Spur.” The head restraints get the “La Finale” lettering in silk colour.
The unique point inside, is the Bugatti elephant on the storage compartment cover, located in the rear panel between the seats. The elephant is made of bronze and there is the 450/450 lettering under the bronze cast.
No, this isn’t headed to India, but a collector from the Middle East has already made it his own. This also marks the end of production for an iconic car that will be remembered among the modern times as one of the fastest production cars.