If you’ve ever wondered what goes into making the superlative Bugatti Veyron, this could be one of your only chances to find out.
Bugatti unveiled the final Veyron – christened “La Finale” – at the Geneva Motor Show last month, and it’s already been purchased.
The company decided to show off its handiwork with a short video of the assembly of that final car at its factory in Molsheim, France.
It’s hard to tell what’s more impressive, the Veyron, or how unbelievably clean the workspace is.
Before the bodywork is applied, you’ll get a good view of the engine and its associated drivetrain components being bolted to the chassis. That assembly almost seems larger than the car itself.
Said engine is, after all, an 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16. The final Veyron is a Grand Sport Vitesse, meaning it’s an open-topped car with 1,200-orsepower version of the W16 from the recording-breaking Super Sport.
Now that the final Veyron is on its way to an anonymous buyer in the Middle East, Bugatti’s factory workers and their pristine blue jumpsuits may not have anything to do for awhile.
Bugatti is expected to unveil a new model soon, but hasn’t confirmed a timeline for its debut, or even any details about what kind of car it will be.
There are rumors of a car even faster than the Veyron, and with a hybrid powertrain to boot.
Whatever the next Bugatti turns out to be, there’s an immaculate factory in France waiting to build it.