Supercar maker Bugatti has declared the final example of its first generation supercar has been sold and the car will appear at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show that is scheduled to be held next month. The Bugatti Veyron’s production run of 450 cars comprised of the record-breaking 268mph Super Sport, the record-breaking 268mph Super Sport and the original 252mph coupe.
The ‘La Finale’ special edition, the last car has been sold to a customer from the Middle East but it will make its appearance at the Geneva Motor Show alongwith the first Veyron built.
The production of the world’s fastest ever cars began in 2005 and was powered by quad-turbo 8.0-litre W16 engine producing 987bhp. With the introduction of Super Sport in 2010, the supercar produced 1184bhp of power and 1,500Nm of torque.
The Super Sport is regarded as the fastest ever production car at 267.856mph for four years. However, it was surpassed by the Hennessey Venom GT that was introduced in 2014. As Bugatti claims, the average price of a Veyron sold on February 23, is £1.7 million (includes optional extras).
The supercar maker is in plans to debut the second generation Veyron sometime in 2016 and it will produce more power than before. Test mules of the next Generation Veyron was spotted at the Nurburgring and the former CEO of Bugatti, Wolfgang Schreiber says that, it will be more powerful than the previous versions. The company also aims at reducing the car’s weight