Ending the total production run of 450 models, which included the initial coupe, Super Sport, Grand Sport, Grand Sport Vitesse and the “Legends” series, is a special “La Finale” car which is being shown in Geneva alongside the first Veyron chassis. The car has been bought by a customer in the Middle East.
Alsace-based Bugatti says the average price of a Veyron, including options, is €2.3 million, or around £1.7 million.
The first Veyron models went on sale in 2005, with 987bhp coming from its 8.0-litre W16 engine. As latest models followed, that figure was increased to 1184bhp, with torque output rated at 1106lb ft.
The open-top Grand Sport followed in 2008, with the Super Sport arriving in 2010. The last model in the range, the Grand Sport Vitesse, was revealed in 2012.
Celebrated as a technical marvel, the Veyron is able to reach 62mph in 2.5 seconds, and had a top speed of 268mph. Until 2014, the Veyron was the fastest car in the world - a record only broken by the Hennessey Venom GT, which reached a top speed of 270.49mph.
Several special edition models have also been produced over the Veyron’s ten-year production run, including models created with fashion house Hermes, a pure-black Veyron dubbed ‘Black Beauty’, and special centenary edition to celebrate Bugatti’s 100th birthday.