Bugatti has revealed the sixth and final car in its 'Legends' series, with the model celebrating company founder Ettore Bugatti.
As with other models in the series, the car is based on the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, which is capable of 254mph and can sprint from 0-62mph in just 2.6 seconds. Power comes from an 8.0-litre W16 engine with 1184bhp and 1106lb ft of torque.
According to Bugatti the design of the model is "dedicated to Ettore Bugatti's passion for the unusual", and as such features body panels crafted from clear-coated carbonfibre and polished aluminium. The exterior styling is designed as a homage to the original Type 41 Royale of 1932.
Bespoke diamond cut alloy wheels also feature, while Ettore Bugatti's signature is engraved onto the fuel filled cap.
Inside, two different types of leather are used to trim the cabin and blue-finished carbonfibre accents serve to further highlight its limited-edition nature. A platinum-coated dancing elephant motif can also be seen, another homage to the Type 41. The sculpture was originally made by Ettore's brother, Rembrandt Bugatti, and also features on another Legends car of the same name.
Looked on as one of the 20th century's greatest automotive pioneers, it's fitting that Bugatti's final Legends car should honour its founder. The first car in the series, unveiled at the Pebble Beach show in August last year, was dedicated to racing driver Jean-Pierre Wimille. Other entries have honoured Jean Bugatti, Meo Constantini and Bugatti's own Type 18 'Black Bess'.
As with other entries in the series, this Ettore Bugatti special edition is limited to three units, with each model costing £1.8 million. All six Legends cars will be seen at the Pebble Beach event next week.