Bugatti has finally dropped the needle on the Veyron’s swan song, as the 450th production model is unveiled at Geneva’s illustrious annual motor show. Ten years following its initial rollout, the very first Bugatti Veyron to leave the Molsheim factory will be displayed alongside chassis number 450 in Geneva, as a celebration of one of the fastest supercars in the world, and its legacy. Although this chapter in Bugatti’s history closes, the Veyron – produced in 300 coupé editions and 150 open-tops – still holds the world record speed for road-legal automobiles of 431.072 km/h, as a benchmark to be tested by future Bugattis.

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