Bugatti has just sold its final Veyron. The story of the Veyron starts in 1998, when Volkswagen bought the rights to the Bugatti name. Following the purchase, the German automaker embarked a project to produce a series of concept cars, demonstrating the power behind the Alsatian marque. The result was one of the most powerful and fastest supercars put into production. A paragon of exceptional automotive craftsmanship and engineering, the $2.6 million USD luxury performance vehicle had initial production plans of 300 coupes, but when it was completed in 2011, the company subsequently decided to roll out 150 additional roadsters, of which the final 450th unit has just been sold to a buyer in the Middle East. The vehicle, nicknamed the Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale, will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show in March.