Italian Uber-car maker Bugatti will be taking the wraps off four special edition Veyron Centenaire's at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este tomorrow, and here's what they look like.
Built to celebrate the marque's 100th birthday, this quartet of Centenaire's are also decked out in colour schemes that honour four legendary race drivers.
Sir Malcolm Campbell, Hermann zu Leiningen, Jean-Pierre Wimille and Achille Varzi are each represented by one of the red, white, blue and green Veyrons. Their common link? They all raced Bugattis. Natch.
Each car gets polished alloy doors and front fenders, body-coloured air intakes, unique wheels inspired by the Bugatti Type 35, a polished grille and red brake calipers. The headrests of each will be embroidered with the signature of one of the aforementioned drivers, while a plaque will denote the car's exclusivity.
We've no idea how much faster than a regular Veyron these cars are (some sources say to expect a V-Max in excess of 430km/h), but with a pricetag of ?1.6 million (AU$2.9 million) they're certainly more expensive than the cooking model.
The Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este kicks off on April 24 in Cernobbio, Italy.