Seeing as Bugatti is sitting on a significant pile of unsold Veyrons, makes some sense that they are attempting to breathe a bit of extra life into the current product. With a name significantly longer than the actual car, the Elisabeth Junek Edition has a 1,200 bhp horsepower, 8 liter quad turbocharged W16 engine putting its power down to all four wheels.
The convertible can manage 253 mph and takes 2.6 seconds to get to 62 mph from rest. Named after the prominent 1920s racer, the car may come with some aesthetic touches with a nod to the Type 35B; details not out yet, but will likely come out at the Geneva Auto Show. The current speculation is that this special edition may come in Bugatti Blue.
-By: Sawyer Sutton