The video shows small teams of workers hand-building the Grand Sport Vitesse La Finale, the last Veyron from a 450-unit production run.

Bugatti has released a video showing assembly of the last Veyron.The 450th example, known as the Grand Sport Vitesse "La Finale," marks the end of the supercar's 10-year production run.

"When the Bugatti Veyron was first announced at the end of the nineties, many people were skeptical that the basic parameters could ever work," the company notes. "With more than 1,000 horsepower, a top speed in excess of 248 mph, acceleration from zero-to-62 mph in less than three seconds, the doubters thought it simply impossible to produce a super sports car with this level of performance while remaining controllable and drivable."

The video shows the small teams of four to five workers who hand-assemble every Veyron at Bugatti's Molsheim factory in France, mounting the 16-cylinder engine to the chassis and finishing the exterior and interior.

Chassis No. 450 was already purchased by a collector from the Middle East, but the company is already working on its next supercar, likely known as the Chiron, that is expected to provide as much as 1,500 horsepower.