The Bugatti Veyron “La Finale” is the last of all the original sixteen-cylinder quad-turbo monsters, and there is a certain sadness in seeing stomp off to pasture ten years later. But even though Bugatti eventually churned out 450 of them, even the ultimate one was assembled with some reverence.

The last Veyron was pretty much your standard Bugatti Veyron Grand Vitesse, as “standard” as one of those could be with a removable roof and 1,200 horsepower, with some classy finishing touches. Which included red-tinted clear carbon fiber weave and the big “LA FINALE” script on the wing.

You’ve already seen them build the engine, but now watch Bugatti put the whole thing together. It’s still beautiful, still awesome, and I still want one.