The Veyron's production run has come to an end.

The mighty Bugatti Veyron has made its last auto show appearance as a production vehicle.

A decade after introducing the world to the Veyron, Bugatti is sending off the supercar with a special edition model at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Called the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse "La Finale", the Veyron on display in Switzerland will be the last example ever built.

"The Bugatti Veyron has shown that our engineers are capable of achieving a previously unimagined level of technical excellence, thereby opening up whole new dimensions in the automotive sector," says Wolfgang Dürheimer, President of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. "The Veyron is justifiably at the head of the field."

The Veyron "La Finale" wears chassis No. 450, signifying the end of Bugatti's planned 450 unit production run. Also on display in Geneva is the Veyron's starting point, chassis No. 1.

In addition to being the last Veyron ever built, the "La Finale" is distinct in that it's the only Veyron to wear red exposed carbon fiber.

A technological tour de force, the Veyron's 16-cylinder engine — which produces 1,200 horsepower in top spec — could push the car to speeds in excess of 267mph. The Veyron could also scotch from 0-60 in 2.6 seconds.

Bugatti is expected to followup the Veyron with another jaw-dropping supercar by 2016.

Live images by Ronan Glon.