Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Meo Costatini Edition
Bugatti isn't saying for sure at this point. First it wants to sell every last one of the 50 Veyrons it still has to build before it begins discussing what it will do next. To that end, Bugatti is in the midst of producing a range of special-edition Veyron roadsters in tribute to legendary drivers from the company's peak in the inter-war era when it dominated early grand prix racing.
The first was unveiled at Pebble Beach last year in a two-tone black and teal color scheme in honor of Jean-Pierre Wimille. The second was all black, named after Jean Bugatti and presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Meo Costantini was the honoree for the third edition in chrome and bright blue at the Dubai Motor Show. The fourth is due to be presented in honor of pioneering female racer Elisabeth Junek at the Geneva Motor Show. The fifth is tipped to pay tribute to Jean's brother Rembrandt Bugatti, with a sixth model to close out the series.