At the IAA in Frankfurt in 2013, Bugatti unveiled the second model in its exclusive Legends edition. This model honoured Jean Bugatti. He was the eldest son of the company founder, Ettore Bugatti, and a gifted car designer.
The third model in Bugatti’s Legends edition, which was unveiled in Dubai in November 2013, was dedicated to Meo Costantini. Meo Costantini was a trusted friend of company founder Ettore Bugatti, and the longstanding head of the factory team.
Rembrandt Bugatti was Ettore’s brother and one of the most important sculptors of the early 20th century. He became famous for his sculptures of animals. His works, most of which were cast in bronze, were exhibited in many collections and museums across the world.
The sixth model is the crowning glory of the Legends series, made in honour of Ettore Bugatti, the founder and patron of the brand. Ettore Bugatti was one of the most important figures in the history of 20th-century motoring.
The Veyron Bleu Centenaire was developed to mark the centenary of the Bugatti brand. This special model uses the traditional two-tone Bugatti design, but interprets it using two shades of blue.