The latest car in the "Les Légendes de Bugatti" series has been unveiled in Dubai and she is a beauty. The Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Meo Costantini was made to honor Bartolomeo Costantini, a close friend and sporting manager of the company's founder, Ettore Bugatti. The special car was made to resemble Costantini's Type 35 car from his days as a two-time champion of the Targa Florio. The "French Racing Blue" is gorgeous, but it's the exposed aluminum doors, wings, and part of the front bumper that got our and everyone else's attention. According to Motorward, no other car in the world has that feature, but we suspect more will in the future because it looks amazing. There are also custom graphics engraved into the door panels and Costantini's name appears on the seats and on the door to the fuel door cover.

Modeled after the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, these limited edtion legend cars are more than just a pretty shell. Accelerating from 0-62MPH in 2.6 seconds and reaching 250+ MPH on a good day, collectors can rest assured that their $2.8 million is going to more than the exterior. Like the other cars in the Legends series, only three of these bad boys exist so....good luck.

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[via Motorward