After creating the previous Atlantique coupe version, it seemed evident that the spirit of this car could be directed to comfort and elegance, as well as to performances and brutal emotions testable only on track.



So this time, Alan Guerzoni decided to make a spider version, or “Grand Sport” as already called the opened Veyron. The carbon roof elegantly disappears in a few seconds in the space of the rear trunk, thanks to an electrical mechanism. In this way, it decreases the space available for luggage, but don’t worry, it won’t create any problem for the lucky owner. The performances are the same of the coupeversion.


The Atlantique Grand Sport has new black rims with diamond finishing, which design was inspired to the classic Bugatti radiator grille.


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