The 450th and final Bugatti Veyron made its debut and formal farewell during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Officially called the Grand Sport Vitesse 'La Finale', the last of the Veyrons closes a chapter on one of automotive's most powerful and technologically advanced supercars in history.

The exterior of the 'La Finale' pays homage to the very first Veyron as it features exposed carbon fiber bodywork finished in a black and red two-tone theme.

The rear of the Bugatti Veyron La Finale

The Italian Red 'La Finale' lettering is also present on the bodywork and can be seen first up front near the right headlight and again at the underside of the rear wing. In addition, the air scoops and intercooler cover are finished in black while the EB and 16:4 logo are also both painted in Italian Red. Topping it all off is the set of red-black aluminum wheels.

The red and beige interior of the Bugatti Veyron La Finale

Inside, the cabin and seats are trimmed entirely in a light-colored leather while providing contrast to the beige hue is a distinct 'Hot Spur' red that can be seen on the Veyron's armrests, instrument panel, dashboard and on the steering wheel rim. The red exposed carbon fiber also makes its way inside and is used on the center tunnel, on the inserts of the center console, door panels and seat shells.

As it is based on a Grand Sport Vitesse, it is driven by a quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine that cranks out 1,200 PS and 1,500 Nm of torque that enables the car to go from 0 – 100 km/h in 2.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 410 km/h.

It is on display at this year's Geneva Motor Show beside the very first Veyron that rolled off the production line in Molsheim, France and as previously stated, the 450th Veyron has already been sold to a customer in the Middle East.