As Pebble Beach week approaches, most of us in the automotive business have high-end cars on the brain (along with visions of loud pants, antique and rare cars, and golf course overlooks.) One of the special pieces of rolling art that will be making its debut at the Quail this year is Bugatti’s final Les Légendes de Bugatti.
Bugatti began the roll out of the 6 special Veyron Vitesses, dubbed the Les Légendes du Bugatti, at last year’s Pebble Beach events with the unveiling of its Jean-Pierre Wimille (of 24 Heures du Mans fame) car. The final Ettore Bugatti edition will make its debut with all five of the other Les Légendes cars, marking the only time that all six cars will be assembled in one place. Each car bears the name of a person that played a major role in the history of the French automaker, and features special touches like hand-crafted leather and carbon fiber.
There will only be three of the Ettore Bugatti editions built. It is based on the world’s fastest production car, the 16.4 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.
This bit of automotive art can be yours for a mere $3.14 million.