Masked under a slick new tw-tone blue carbon paint job, this is the first of six special edition Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesses dubbed "Les L├ęgendes de Bugatti." The Grand Sport Vitesse, which is the fastest convertible in the world will represent six different Bugatti racing legends, the first of which (shown by this car) is Jean-Pierre Wimille. Wimille won twice at the 24 Heures du Mans, the first in 1937 with Robert Benoist in a Bugatti 57G Tank and the second time in 1939 with Pierre Veyron in a 57C Tank. The blue in today's car is an homage to the blue on the 57G. 

This particular model will debut in Pebble Beach, similar to how Bugatti unveiled a special edition at The Quail last year. Find out more about Wimille from the official release after the jump. 

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[via Bugatti]

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