The "Jean Bugatti" Veyron is the second of six special editions
Just three of each special edition will be built
The car features extensive references to Jean Bugatti
The 'Jean Bugatti' edition Veyron has entirely black exposed carbon bodywork
The car references the Type 57SC Atlantic, Jean Bugatti's most famous creation
Bugatti describes the clear-coated carbonfibre finish as "the apex of technical engineering"
The Grand Sport Vitesse features a removable roof
The Bugatti "horseshoe" is made from platinium
The wheels are diamond cut
The fuel cap is etched with Jean Bugatti's signature
The EB badge is also made from platinium
The interior's colour scheme is another reference to the Type 57SC Atlantic
The gearstick is made from rosewood
The door cards feature a silhouette of the Type57
And the centre storage box has a plan view of the car
More direct references to Jean Bugatti appear in the car's stitching...
...and on the sill protectors
Just four Type 57SC Atlantics were built
The second in the Bugatti Legends series has been revealed at the Frankfurt motor show. The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse “Jean Bugatti” is the second of six special editions built to commemorate significant individuals from the marque’s history.
The latest special edition Veyron references the Type 57SC Atlantic, which was one of Jean Bugatti’s most iconic creations. That car was referred to as “La Voiture Noire”, and was Bugatti’s personal car. It disappeared after the second world war.
In July, Bugatti announced it was to build six Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse models to honour “renowned names which have played a crucial role in its history and which have helped creating its mystique”.
The interior is trimmed in the same beige and brown hues as the Type 57SC Atlantic. The seats, instrument panel, steering wheel, dash and door panels are trimmed in chocolate brown. The outline of the Type 57 is stitched into the door cards and central storage compartment.
The EB logo is constructed from platinum and the gear lever is fashioned from rosewood. The door sill protectors bear the face of Jean Bugatti.
Jean Bugatti was the son of founder, Ettore Bugatti. He took over from his father in 1936, but was killed three years later. As well as the Type 57SC, he was responsible for the styling of the Type 41 Royale, Type 55 Roadster and Type 50.
The "Jean Bugatti" Veyron follows a model honouring Le Mans winner Jean-Pierre Wimille, which was unveiled in Pebble Beach last month. Just three of each special edition models will be built.
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