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As Bugatti winds down Veyron production for good, it launched the Legend series of uniquely modified Gran Sport Vitesse models specifically for collectors. This six-part series is pretty much one big goodbye to the Veyron, and Bugatti is making sure that each of these last remaining hypercars are worth their high price tags. This latest one is once again a Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse that's been dedicated to a guy named Meo Constantini, who was a friend of Ettore Bugatti and also a racing driver.
Limited to just three examples, the Meo Constantini is painted in France's classic racing blue and features styling reminiscent of the Type 35 Bugatti in which Constantini himself raced as well as a painted silhouette of the original Targa Florio race course located on the underside of the rear wing. The interior is equipped with bespoke leather trim with unique blue stitching. The seats are embroidered with Constantini's signature and an aluminum plate pays tribute to the Targa Florio route. The Meo Constantini joins the Jean Bugatti and Jean-Pierre Wilmille editions that were released earlier this year.