Bugatti is proud to announce that they have managed to sell the 400th Veyron, eight years after the hypercar saw the light of day. Bugatti’s plans are to sell a total of 450 units which means only 50 cars are still up for grabs. 300 coupes were built and already sold, along with an 100 units of the roadster while the rest of the 50 cars will be based on the roadster version. The 400th car in question was the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Legend Jean-Pierre Wimille, a special model limited to just three units part of the “Legend” lineup of special editions.
The vehicle had a sticker price of 2.13 million euros and was bought by a customer from the Middle East. At its heart is the massive W16 quad-turbo engine developing 1,200 HP and a peak torque of 1,500 Nm. The car needs just 2.6 seconds until 62 mph (100 km/h) and it will continue to accelerate until hitting a top speed of 253 mph (408 km/h).