Although decades have separated the modern Bugatti from its heritage, the Alsatian exotic marque is one that prides itself on its racing pedigree.
So to bridge that gap and celebrate its 100th anniversary, Bugatti rolled in to the Villa d’Este auto show on the shores of Lake Como in northern Italy, as promised, with a quartet of special edition Veyrons.
Each of the four one-offs bares a different color to contrast with the chrome fenders, and each honors a different driver from Bugatti’s glory days by taking their names. To more clearly emphasize the cars historical linkages, the four Veyrons arrived in Italy accompanied by matching historic Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix racers.
—From our Glamcar Affiliate