There is no denying that the Bugatti Veyron is one of the greatest technological master pieces of the past decade. A 250MPH, 1000BHP+ supercar for the road that has the tranquility of a Rolls-Royce? Yes please! However, Bugatti are beginning to wind down production of the legendary Veyron and in the process will produce some very special variants.
To be based upon the record breaking Grand Sport Vitesse model, Bugatti will build 6 special edition models celebrating people who have greatly contributed to the brands history. The first of these honors Jean-Pierre Wimille, a Bugatti racing driver who won Le Man in both 1937 and 1939. Finished in blue carbon, the car replicates Wimille’s racing colours. Other additions to this special edition include a unique interior and badging. The 1184BHP W16 engine remains untouched. Only 3 of these cars will be produced.