Bugatti has confirmed that it has sold the final Veyron a decade after its sales commenced.
Initially only 300 units were planned for the Veyron which were of the coupe, but 150 more units were additionally commissioned with the introduction of the Grand Sport in 2008. By December 2014, 442 out of 450 Veyrons were already sold.
The Veyron became a history with the last, 450th unit sold to a customer from the Middle East, this month. All 450 units were manufactured in Alsace, France. 300 of these 450 were coupes and the rest were roadsters. The last Veyron sold is an open-top Grand Sport Vitesse variant ‘La Finale’ and will be displayed at the Geneva Motor Show in March before it ships to the customer.
About half the cars produced in the 10 years were sold in Europe and about a quarter were delivered in the U.S. The Volkswagen Group-owned French automaker will soon introduce the car’s successor, that is dubbed ‘Bugatti Chiron’ which is already in the testing phase as of now. The new hypercar could be previewed in its concept form by the end of this year, with the production model arriving next year.