The second of six Bugatti Veyrons celebrating legends of the brand will be shown in Frankfurt
7 September 2013

The second Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse to celebrate past “legends” of the brand will be revealed at next week’s Frankfurt motor show.

Bugatti released this single teaser image on its Facebook page, saying only that it will celebrate the “next Bugatti legend”.

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 first of these “Les Légendes de Bugatti” models, the Bugatti Legend Jean-Pierre Wimille, was unveiled in Pebble Beach in August. The model was named after the driver who took Bugatti to two Le Mans victories in the 1930s.

This next Legend model will feature a bespoke colour scheme and a number of detail changes. Three of each Legend models will be built.

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7 September 2013

another special paint job for about a million quid.............

8 September 2013

I wonder how much a spark plug costs in a Bugatti Veyron. Can you buy a K&N filter kit ? And some bigger wheels. Interesting styling, but a lack of grace, I guess, determined by its top speed.

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8 September 2013

Isn't it still just a Veyron?,it will still be the same shape,it will have a fancy paint job,maybe a power upgrade(like it needs one!?),but, i guess if you can give it a new paint job,and there's plenty of money burning holes in very wealthy pockets,then, why not.

Peter Cavellini.

8 September 2013

You can never have enough special edition Veyrons!!

9 September 2013

As much as the Veyron is such an incredible automobile, the plethora of special editions (merely a cosmetic theme) for such a limited production run is way too overbearing and overextending a so-far 1-car lineup.
Produce another model such as the elegant 16 C Caliber. That is something I am waiting for rather than another special edition that any buyer could reproduce from their long existing customization program.

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