The current generation Bugatti Veyron is a grand tourer vehicle, manufactured by the German automobile manufacturer, Bugatti Automobiles SAS, a subsidiary of Volkswagen and it has its headquarters located in Molsheim, France. The model is named after the French racing driver, Pierre Veyron, who in 1939 won the 24 hours of Le Mans, while racing for the company.
The production of the new Bugatti Veyron model was started in late 2008. Some of the models in the Veyron include Veyron 16.4, Targa, Bleu Centenaire, Veyron, Pur Sang, Sang Noir and Hermes Edition. It also has also been sold under labels like the grand sport model, and Veyron convertible.