Elisabeth Junek was the first woman to win a Grand Prix event
The next car in Bugatti's Legends series will honour Czech racer Elisabeth Junek.
This image, posted on a French Bugatti forum, clearly shows the new model next to a picture of Junek. The car is scheduled to be revealed later this year.
Again based on the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, the latest Legends car appears to feature a two-tone paint scheme with bespoke painted alloy wheels and minor trim modifications.
Inside, the model gets brown leather trim, with Junek's signature woven into the head rests. As with other models in the series, a number of subtle tributes to Junek's life are expected to feature inside.
Bugatti is expected to produce three units of the special edition, with each car costing around £1.8 million.
The wife of privateer racing driver Cenek Junek, Elisabeth is heralded as one of the most influential and successful racing drivers in motorsport history and the first woman to win a Grand Prix event. She died in 1994.
The Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse gets 1184bhp from its 8.0-litre W16 engine, and is able to accelerate to 62mph in 2.6 seconds with a top speed of 254mph.
With the Legends series originally planned as containing six models, that means there is still one more entry to be revealed.