Few cars have so comprehensively changed the world of supercars as the Bugatti Veyron. From clinching the title of being the world's fastest production car (twice, no less), to introducing the $1million price tag now charged for the rarest and most exotic performance machines, the Veyron has undoubtedly left its mark on the automotive world.
When it was conceived in the mind of VW Group chairman Ferdinand Piech, who wanted a car that could reach 400kph (248.5mph), it's alleged that much of his engineering team walked out – faced with the near impossible task of making a road car that could not only reach this previously unheard of speed, but also be useable as an everyday car.
Now, 10 years after becoming a production reality, the last ever model has rolled off the production line at the company's picturesque factory in Molsheim, France. To celebrate this production run, Bugatti has released a video documenting the construction of the 450th model, dubbed 'La Finale'.
Take a look at the video below, and if you're disheartened at missing the chance to buy your own Veyron, you'll be glad to hear that an all-new (and even faster) replacement is in the works.