The latest entrant in Bugatti‘s six-part Legends series is a Bugatti 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse that honors Rembrandt Bugatti, brother to Ettore. While the latter was tinkering in the garage, his younger brother was hanging out at the Antwerp Zoo, where he observed exotic animals like elephants, panthers and lions. Those creatures would become the inspiration for Rembrandt’s sculptures, highlighted by a rearing elephant that would become the hood ornament of a Type 41 Royale. The Rembrandt Bugatti edition is finished in a two-tone brown and bronze color scheme, complemented with Bugatti’s signature horseshoe grille — along with the logos on the front, rear and interior — rendered in platinum. The wheels follow the same two-tone theme as the bodywork, while the interior is upholstered in cognac leather and emblazoned with the elephant symbol throughout. The vehicle debuts this week at the Geneva Motor Show.