As Veyron production winds down, Bugatti has released special "Legend" editions of this superlative supercar to keep it in the spotlight. Each car pays tribute to a significant part of Bugatti's history, but examples of all six models have never been in one place. Until now, that is.

Bugatti chose the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering satellite event as the place to assemble the complete set of Veyron Legends for the first time. This comes just after the debut of the final Legend model, which honors founder and namesake Ettore Bugatti.

Each Legend is based on the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, which sports a 1,183 horsepower, quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W-16 that can launch it to 60 mph from a standstill in just 2.6 seconds. It will also do 254 mph, with the top down.

Only three copies of each Legend will be built, and all 18 cars have already been spoken for despite price tags in the $3 million range. The last sales were made even before the final Legend Ettore Bugatti model was revealed, the carmaker says.

All six Bugatti Veyron Legends in Molsheim, France

All six Bugatti Veyron Legends in Molsheim, France

On their own these cars are, to say the least, impressive. So together, they should be quite a sight. That will happen for the first and only time this weekend in California. The six cars on display will have a combined value of just under 13.2 million euros, or about $17.6 million at current exchange rates. You can read about each car in detail in the links below:

Bugatti Rolls Out First Of Six Legend Edition Veyrons At Pebble Beach

Jean Bugatti Honored With New 'Legend' Veyron Special Edition

New Bugatti ‘Legend’ Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Debuts In Dubai

Bugatti’s Latest Legend Edition Veyron Honors Bugatti Founder’s Brother Rembrandt

Bugatti Rolls Out Fifth Legend Veyron Ahead Of Beijing Auto Show

Final Bugatti Veyron Legends Car, Honoring Ettore Bugatti, To Debut At Pebble Beach


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