The Bugatti Atlantic could have been the “entry-level” Bugatti

Few people know the mystery behind the Bugatti Atlantic. Apart from being named after the Type 57 SC Atlantic of the 1930s, it was supposed to sell alongside the Veyron and Chiron as an ‘entry-level’ Bugatti GT.

Sure, you can say the ultra-exclusive La Voiture Noire is the true spiritual successor of the Type 57 SC, especially with its bold center line running from the hood to the trunk – a clear nod to the riveted construction of the original model – With a base price of 16.7 million Euro (or roughly $18.3 million), it’s hard to deny the lineage behind the design inspiration of La Voiture Noire.

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