Based on a standard Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, it is powered by the same 1184bhp 8.0-litre W16 engine.
The Legend Jean-Pierre Wimille's colour scheme takes its inspiration from the Bugatti Type 57G Tank, the 1937 Le Mans winning car. It was driven to victory by Wimille, who then secured his status at Bugatti by winning the race again two years later.
The bodywork is entirely carbonfibre, with some of the panels treated so that they are blue. Inside, the headliner, footwells and seat inserts carry the same blue colour as the exterior, with darker seat bolsters adding a contrast. Stitching on the gearlever and steering wheel is in red, white and blue, in honour of Wimille's nationality.
Other added details include a motif displaying Wimille's signature on the headrest, a milled silhouette of the Le Mans race circuit embedded on the aluminium centrebox and a special logo on the door sill plates bearing the words 'Les Légendes de Bugatti' and Wimille's signature.