2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale

There are more than 1800 billionaires in the 2015 Forbes List. All they can afford the most expensive supercar in the world –2015 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. Unfortunately, the latest news from the French car maker is that all 450 exclusive units are sold. The last Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse was named La Finale. The premiere of this special Bugatti supercar was at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show. So, the proud owners who already have a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse can be sure that they possess a precious collectible.

2015 Bugatti Veyron

2015 Bugatti Veyron Highlights

What makes the Veyron with chassis number 450 really different from the others in the lineup? The fastest production supercar ever has been customized to owner’s wishes. It is configured by a customer but the design concept of “La Finale” takes an inspiration from the appearance of the first Grand Sport Vitesse that was produced in 2005. Its style is considered one of the best examples of timeless car designs. The two-tone color scheme has been popular in Bugatti supercar models since 1920s. The Red&Black exterior mirrors the color scheme of the first Veyron. The final edition features for the first time clear-lacquered red exposed carbon fibre. The development team of the French manufacturer of luxury sports car uses this shade on the carbon-fiber bodyshell for the first time. In previous modifications the colors of the exposed carbon fiber panels were mostly black but there are examples of 6 more variations –intense blue, chocolate-brown, grey, green, violet and turquoise. With this range of colors the car maker has become a leader in offering a variety of exposed carbon fiber color options. The 2015 Bugatti Veyron La Finale has the door panels and side air intakes made from black exposed carbon fibre.

Bugatti Veyron Final edition

The red&black combination can be seen in the wheels design. The symbol of the Bugatti – the elephant, is featured on these parts of the vehicle. It can also be found on the fuel filling door and oil cap. “La Finale” printed letters are incorporated into the outer part of the supercar.

The leather interior sticks to the same color palette. The armrests, the control panel, the side bolster adjustments and the steering wheel edge are painted in red. Furthermore, red exposed carbon fibre adorns the center tunnel, the center console, the panels for doors and seating shells.

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale

About Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse

This 2015 Bugatti supercar has become an icon in the automotive world since its debut in 2005. The model`s success story has started 10 years ago in the factory in Molsheim. During this period of time the Veyrons were available in 100 different color schemes. The luxury lineup included 300 coupes and 150 convertible cars.

The supercar series features technical excellence as well as extensive use of innovative and ultra-expensive materials such as porcelain, crystal, gold and platinum. Some of the design ideas of this exceptional supercar were inspired by other industries such as aviation and branches in the automotive world like Formula 1. The engineers used titanium on the front end, single shell and rear chassis. The result is extremely rigid and light weight passenger compartment and bodyshell.

The power unit of Bugatti Veyron is considered one of the most significant technical attainments in auto industry and a perfect example of longitudinal and lateral dynamics. The car is powered by an 8-litre W16 unit with four turbochargers. Thanks to its innovative design, the world fastest production sports car set the record speed of 431 km/h. The 1,200 PS, 8-litre, W16 engine normally reaches a top speed of 400 km/h. The Veyron accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.6 seconds.

The Bugatti Veyron is fitted with the fastest gearbox produced by Volkswagen AG (seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox DSG).

The exterior is highlighted by the Michelin`s unique tires that are designed to withstand speeds more than 400 km/h.

The average price of each unit is about $3 million.

Bugatti Veyron La Finale rear view

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