When Bugatti revealed the Jean-Pierre Wimille edition Veyron Vitesse at Pebble Beach last month, the automaker promised it would be just the first in a series of new special editions to follow in the Legends series. And now the Alsatian automaker has announced that it will be bringing the second to Frankfurt this week.
- Brandon Turkus
- Aug 16, 2013
Bugatti has officially debuted the first of its five "Legends" cars, which pay tribute to six of the most revered figures in the French manufacturer's pre-war history. The first, which we detailed a few weeks back, is dedicated to Bugatti's longest-serving test driver, Jean-Pierre Wimille, and is based on the world's fastest convertible - the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.
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