The Buggati Veyron is not the most common car on the streets today what with only 450 examples ever hitting the roads.
However, one Veyron set to go sale at RM Sotheby's auction in Arizona in January is set to gain a whole lot of attention from prospective owners. The reason: The car set to be auctioned off is the last 300th and final Veyron Coupe ever made.
Called the Super Sport 300, the final Veyron coupe made its debut at theat the 2015 Geneva Motor Show alongside the first ever Veyron to roll off Bugatti's production line in Molsheim, France.
The Super Sport 300 is also the last of the 48 Super Sports built by Bugatti and one of only six examples that ever made it into the united States.
The Veyron Super Sport 300 coupe is powered by the French hypercar marque's signature 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine that cranks out 1183bhp and 1500Nm of torque which is sent to all four wheels through a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox.
With that much power and torque on tap, the Super Sport 300 can hit 100km/h in 2.5 seconds and is electronically limited to 415 km/h.
However, the limiter can be lifted which allows the manic Veyron Super Sport to hit a top speed of 431.072 km/h, making it the fastest production car in the world as per the Guinness Book of World Records.
The Veyron Super Sport 300's exterior features a white paint job while the interiors of the car are done up in black.
The Super Sport 300 has clocked less than 400 miles (643.73 kilometres) on its odometer and is expected to fetch well into seven figures when it goes up on auction.